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Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Steps Involved in Pursuing a Wrongful Discharge Case. Step 5 – The Discovery Process.

Continuing in my series of blog posts explaining the steps involved in pursuing a Wrongful Discharge Case, today I explain the discovery process. When you file a lawsuit against your employer, or any lawsuit for that matter, one of the most important phases in the process is discovery.  Discovery is a pretrial procedure by which […]

Fired for wearing a headscarf or hijab

Religious Discrimination in the Workplace is Illegal Both Ohio and federal law make  it illegal for an employer to discriminate against individuals when hiring and firing, as well as in the work environment because of a person’s religion. In addition, employers may not take an adverse employment action against an employee who files a complaint […]

New I-94 Retreival Website

At the beginning of May 2014, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) released a new version of its I-94 Retrieval website. This new version allows nonimmigrants to view their arrival and departure history for the last five years. Previously, you could only obtain information on the most recent entry into the United States. The electronic Form […]

U.S. Supreme Court Tightens The Standard In Employment Discrimination Retaliation Claims

In a recent decision, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center v. Nassar, the U.S. Supreme Court made it more difficult for plaintiffs to claim retaliation for filing complaints of employment discrimination. The court ruled that plaintiffs must prove retaliation was the determinative factor in an employer’s adverse employment action — and not just a motivating […]


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