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October 15, 2019 | Can I Sue Emotional Distress Lawsuit Against My Employer in Ohio

You do have the legal right to hold your employer for inflicting emotional distress or for failing to stop managers and coworkers from causing emotional distress. However, you will only be able to secure compensation for emotional distress if you can also prove that you suffered from harassment, discrimination or retaliation.  The emotional distress must

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September 27, 2019 | What Does the Ohio Whistleblower Protection Act Cover?

The Ohio Whistleblower Protection Act makes it illegal for employers in the private and public sectors to punish or harass workers who report wrongdoing by their employer, boss or colleagues. An employee who does suffer retaliation for blowing the whistle on criminal or dangerous activities has rights under the whistleblower act to sue to get

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June 10, 2019 | Can You Sue for Wrongful Termination in Ohio?

“Can you sue for wrongful termination in Ohio?” This is a question we get asked a lot. Before answering that question, let’s look over what wrongful termination in Ohio is and how Ohio’s at-will employment laws come into play. First, Ohio is an at-will employment state. This means that an employer can dismiss an employee

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April 23, 2019 | What Can I Do If I’m Not Getting Overtime Wages?

You would not normally suspect that employers would want to cheat their employees out of earned wages; however, it unfortunately does occur in the workplace. It especially common to see an employer refuse to pay overtime wages to employees even though they are mandated to do so in certain instances. There are a few extenuating

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April 10, 2019 | When Should I Hire an Employment Agreement Lawyer in Ohio?

When Is the Right Time to Hire an Employment Agreement Lawyer? An employment agreement is a binding contract that spells out the terms and conditions under which an employee will work for an employer. The agreement can be verbal or — which is better for everyone involved — written and signed. Either way, a good

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