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April 1, 2019 | Can I Be Fired for Reporting Racial Discrimination?

Though we have made strides in promoting racial equality, we are still far from reaching it. Unfortunately for workers throughout the United States, employment-based racial discrimination happens every day. If you have witnessed it in your workplace, you may need the help of a racial discrimination attorney in Columbus, Ohio. The Columbus retaliation attorneys at

January 24, 2019 | What Can I Do If I Was Fired Today for Being Pregnant?

Having a child is a cause for celebration and certainly should not interfere with the career that you have worked hard to create. If you have been terminated or mistreated at work because of a pregnancy, it is critical that you contact a pregnancy discrimination attorney in Columbus, Ohio. Our legal professionals at The Friedmann

January 2, 2019 | Are You Eligible for Severance?

The time has come to depart from your current employment position and your employer has offered you a Severance Agreement and Release.  Depending on the type of agreement, there are several different forms of compensation that may be offered. The goals of hiring an Ohio severance negotiation attorney are to receive the most optimal severance

November 16, 2018 | Can I Return to Work While Receiving Social Security Disability Benefits?

Yes, you can return to work while continuing to receive long-term disability benefits from the Social Security Administration. In fact, the federal government enforces the Americans with Disability Act and offers programs under the Ticket to Work and Work Incentives Improvement Act to increase employment opportunities for people who have physical and health limitations to

October 4, 2018 | Is It Unlawful to Discriminate Against a Person Because of That Person’s Race?

Yes, it is unlawful to discriminate against people of any race. As race discrimination attorneys in Columbus, the employee rights lawyers with The Friedmann Firm welcome opportunities to hold employers accountable for discriminating against workers and job applicants. Legal Protections Against Racial Discrimination in Employment The Ohio Civil Rights Act of 1959 and, at the