Nov 06, 2012

WINNING IN AN EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION CASE

By Benjamin T. King — New Hampshire Employment Lawyer In an employment case, like many cases, a witness’ credibility is important to winning a case. Your supervisor, or a co-employee, makes an obnoxious sexual comment to you or makes some …

Oct 10, 2012

DISCRIMINATION LAWS PROTECT HAOLES (WHITES) AS WELL AS OTHERS

By Charles G. Douglas – New Hampshire Employment Law Attorney With the changing demographic nature of our nation’s population, it was inevitable that at some point a white employee would be able to claim harassment because of her race. In …

Sep 18, 2012

CAN MY EMPLOYER REQUIRE ME TO TAKE MEDICAL OR MENTAL TESTS?

By Richard J. Lehmann – New Hampshire Employment Lawyer The Americans With Disabilities Act (“ADA”) protects employees from being fired, demoted, or denied promotion based on physical or mental disability. Questions about ADA protections often arise when an employer uses …

Feb 07, 2012

EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION COMPLAINTS AT ALL TIME HIGH

Employment discrimination complaints against private sector employers reached an all-time high in the most recent fiscal year, federal regulators said this week. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the federal agency that handles these claims before they go to …

Nov 03, 2011

LAW ENTITLES RETURNING SOLDIERS TO REINSTATEMENT

President Obama recently announced that the United States would pull its troops out of Iraq by the end of the year. This announcement likely means that many soldiers will be returning to civilian status and seeking jobs–in many cases the …

May 03, 2011

GENDER DISCRIMINATION – SHOULD I COPY AND TAKE DOCUMENTATION?

You know that you are about to be fired. Should you copy the documents and take them to prove your claims, if you decide to bring a lawsuit against your employer?

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