Employment Discrimination Blog

Whistleblowing – the Power of a Scheduler

Published on 11th June, 2014 under Whistleblowing

Lisa Lee is probably never going to be a household name. Like many whistleblowers, she did nothing more than trust herself when deciding to go against her employer’s wishes. In her case, the employer was a big one—the Fort Collins Veteran’s Administration clinic. Ms. Lee was a scheduler at the VA. Like many organizations, the ….

Read more ›

Whistleblowing – Investigating Your Own Employer

Published on 11th June, 2014 under Whistleblowing

“People are dying.” This simple statement sums up the motivation of Detective Thomas Fiore, a Miami police investigator who risked his job to expose misbehavior in a VA hospital in South Florida. Shocked by the frequency of drug dealing on hospital grounds, the detective attempted to stop the risky behavior by patients and others. Though ….

Read more ›

How Do You Fight Against Pregnancy Discrimination?

Published on 11th June, 2014 under Pregnancy Discrimination

Last year, something amazing happened in New York. The New York Council decided to stand up for the rights of pregnant women in New York by passing the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act. A law that represents pregnant women as part of the two-thirds workforce in the state who are also mostly the primary breadwinners. And ….

Read more ›

Page 1 of 212
DISCLAIMER: This web log is not legal advice, nor should it be construed to be legal advice or the offering of legal advice. It should not be read as guaranteeing or suggesting any particular outcome in any Court will occur in any particular case. It is not, and should be read as, a complete or authoritative analysis of the state of law, which is constantly subject to change.