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January 15, 2018 | Proving Religious Discrimination Ohio

Federal and state laws prohibit private companies, government agencies, and most nonprofit organizations from discriminating against job applicants and employees because of those people’s religious beliefs and practices. Proving religious discrimination is often difficult, however. The Ohio religious discrimination lawyers at The Friedmann Firm share some information on this issue from the Equal Employment Opportunity

November 29, 2017 | How to Handle Disability Discrimination in the Workplace

Employers that discriminate against people with physical or mental disabilities break the law. Holding them accountable yields benefits for the individuals subjected to unfair and harmful treatment. Unfortunately, identifying and stopping disability discrimination in the workplace can be difficult. Anyone in central Ohio who experiences or witnesses discriminatory behavior based on physical or mental capabilities

November 10, 2017 | What is a Qui Tam Case?

A qui tam case is a type of whistleblower lawsuit in which the plaintiff sues the defendant for violating a regulation or someone else’s rights. The plaintiff may not have suffered harm from the alleged violation, but he or she is claiming that the violation occurred and could or did harm someone.  Qui tam cases

July 5, 2017 | Proving Gender Discrimination

Despite more than 50 years of federal and Ohio state laws being enacted to prevent it, gender discrimination remains pervasive in nearly all facets of American life. Equally distressing, proving one has been discriminated against because of one’s gender remains exceedingly difficult.   The Columbus, Ohio gender discrimination lawyers with the Friedmann Firm have helped

May 3, 2017 | How to File an Employment Discrimination Claim in Ohio

Having your employment discrimination claim fully investigated and fairly adjudicated requires following the procedures spelled out by the agency that enforces your rights as a worker or job applicant. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) handles most discrimination complaints. The EEOC’s guidelines are summarized here. If you have questions about how your case should be

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