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February 9, 2021 | Can You Pursue a Workplace Discrimination Claim and Keep Your Job?

Our Ohio employment law clients sometimes tell us that they feel like they waited too long to file a workplace discrimination lawsuit because they feared retaliation and/or losing their job. People suffer for months or years because of the belief that speaking up and demanding justice may put them in a more uncomfortable position. Sadly,

January 22, 2021 | How Veterans Can Protect Themselves From Workplace Discrimination in Ohio

Federal law ensures that veterans have the right to hold civilian jobs and be free from discrimination in the workplace.  These federal protections extend to any active duty military personnel, including those in the Army Reserves and National Guard. An employer in Ohio who violate veterans’ rights can be held accountable and may be ordered

January 8, 2021 | How to File a Disability Discrimination Lawsuit in Ohio?

A Columbus Employee Rights Attorney Discusses How to File a Disability Discrimination Lawsuit in Ohio U.S. government data shows that 1 in 4 American adults will experience a disabling condition at some point in their lives. Additionally, just slightly more than 19 percent of individuals with significant disabilities hold jobs. In light of these statistics,

December 26, 2020 | What Types of Damages Can I Receive if I Win My Employment Discrimination Lawsuit in Ohio?

A worker who files an employment discrimination lawsuit in Ohio has the right to request several types of damages and other types of relief, depending on the type of claims filed. Since the overwhelming majority of employment discrimination lawsuits are brought under federal laws, we will focus on those cases but please know that Ohio

December 11, 2020 | How Can an Employer Use Job Listings to Discriminate?

A settlement announced by the U.S. Department of Justice on Dec. 8, 2020, provides a clear, real-world answer to the question of how an employer can use job listings to illegally discriminate against people who are looking for work. These cases usually require a lot of investigation and testimony to reveal exactly how and why