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September 18, 2018 | How to File a Class Action Lawsuit in Ohio

Before you file a class action lawsuit in Ohio, you must put together a class to file a lawsuit. A class action lawsuit is filed on behalf of a group of people who were or are in similar circumstances when they suffered similar harm that can be remedied in similar ways. The Cleveland, Ohio-based class

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August 13, 2018 | What to Do After an Unfair Dismissal?

Before knowing whether you have legal options after getting fired for what you consider unfair reasons, you must understand what constitutes a wrongful termination. What Can I Do After an Unfair Dismissal? If you were fired in northeastern Ohio for an illegal reason, you can do four things that will help you hold your former

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July 28, 2018 | Ohio Labor Laws Breaks

What Do Ohio Labor Laws Say About Required Breaks? The Ohio Department of Commerce sets forth the rule for breaks throughout the work day as it related to minors who are under the age of 18.  Specifically, it says “No employer shall employ a minor more than 5 consecutive hours without a rest period of

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June 14, 2018 | What to Know About Collective Actions Under the FLSA

The Fair Labor and Standards Act is a federal law that sets nationwide rules for a minimum hourly wage, overtime eligibility, work hours, working age, and notifying workers of their rights. Grounds for a collective action under the FLSA exist when a group of similarly situated employees have their rights violated in similar ways, usually

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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

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