“Generally speaking, the federal government has the ability to regulate private employers for certain things that are of the matter of public concern, certainly, a global pandemic would qualify,” Huntsville Attorney Eric Artrip by: Madison Neal HUNTSVILLE, Ala.– Huntsville attorneys say Biden’s new vaccine requirements, that affect nearly 100 million Americans, will likely be battled…

“Employers can have certain requirements to do the job. In this case, being vaccinated is something an employer can require an employee to attend work every day,” Huntsville Attorney Eric Artrip By Caroline Klapp HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) – Get the vaccine or quit your job? This is the choice facing many employees all over the…

“And we believe that whether he participated in the interactive process is a factual issue for the jury, we also believe the lower court did not consider evidence in our favor that supported his FMLA claim.” attorney Teri Mastando A steel manufacturer has urged the Eleventh Circuit to affirm dismissal of a former employee’s discrimination…

Claims of discrimination and retaliation are at the center of a lawsuit involving the state’s most popular tourist attraction, the U.S. Space and Rocket Center. A former employee claims she was terminated after requesting accommodations for her disability. Discriminated against, retaliated against and then ultimately terminated. That’s what the federal lawsuit is alleging. Tara Sweeney’s…

“In general, we think we have a good chance in this case on appeal because the lower court found that our client had requested a reasonable accommodation and incorrectly held our client did not engage in the interactive process even though he was required by his employer to be off work for four months without…

Judge Berg said most of the consumers had standing to sue and established an economic injury at the point of sale to survive the companies’ dismissal bids. The truck buyers said that FCA and Cummins misled them about the trucks’ emissions rates, leading them to pay an $8,000 to $10,000 premium for trucks that couldn’t…

Information on workers rights during Coronavirus including workers protections.

Read Original Article Law360 (July 15, 2020, 6:22 PM EDT) — Google unlawfully made more than $1 billion from unauthorized advertisements it places on websites that are searched for in its Android search app, according to a suit filed in California federal court. In their proposed class action filed on Tuesday, named plaintiffs Best Carpet…

The consumers are represented by Michael W. Sobol and Roger N. Heller of Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein LLP, Daniel M. Hattis of Hattis Law, John A. Yanchunis and Jean Martin of Morgan & Morgan, D. Anthony Mastando and Eric J. Artrip of Mastando & Artrip LLC and Alexander H. Schmidt. Click to see the…

“Rolley and Hampton remain imprisoned and have recovered from the injuries they suffered during the beatings.” attorney Eric Artrip Click to see the original article on AL.com Two inmates who were beaten while handcuffed in an Alabama prison are suing the former sergeant who now faces up to 20 years in prison for assaulting them…

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