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December is a hectic month for many employees. Many people find themselves working long hours due to increased workloads and tight deadlines. Whatever your reason is for working overtime, you deserve to be paid in accordance with the law – and the busy holiday season is no exception.
Are You a Non-Exempt Employee?
Millions of non-exempt American workers are entitled to overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), including full-time and part-time employees. While there are some exceptions, overtime pay is generally required when a non-exempt employee works more than 40 hours in a workweek.
Additionally, employees are…Read Full Post
You are a responsible policyholder and you pay your insurance premiums on time. In return, you expect fair treatment when you file a legitimate claim with your insurance company. Unfortunately, insurance companies want to make a profit, and they may resort to bad faith practices to avoid paying you what you deserve.
It can be difficult to determine if your insurance company has acted in bad faith. That’s why it’s essential to seek guidance from the experienced attorneys at Lewis Kuhn Swan PC. Our lawyers will examine your unique situation and discuss your case for free. It is important to act quickly when dealing with potential insurance…Read Full Post
People often seek legal counsel during stressful and difficult times. When you hire a lawyer to represent you, you place your trust in him or her. You expect your attorney to act ethically.
Many lawyers provide high-quality, dedicated, and thorough legal representation. Unfortunately, this cannot be said about every attorney who is currently in practice.
You might have suffered emotionally and financially if a previous lawyer was negligent while handling your case. At Lewis Kuhn Swan PC, we want to make things right and help you get the justice and compensation that you deserve for your legal malpractice claim.
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National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) dates back to 1945. Initially, the first week of October was established as “National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week” by Congress. Over time, the name was changed to acknowledge individuals with all types of disabilities and their meaningful contributions in the workplace.
The Office of Disability Employment Policy, under the United States Department of Labor, took ownership over the…Read Full Post
Despite the progress that we have made as a society, workplace discrimination is still a serious problem. Discrimination can leave you feeling hurt and powerless. You shouldn’t have to put up with any mistreatment as a prospective or current employee based on your protected status.
People may be illegally discriminated against on the basis of:
- National Origin
- Sexual orientation
- Marital Status
This is not an exhaustive list of legally protected classes. As an employee, you have the right to be free…Read Full Post
Everyone deserves to work in an environment that is free from illegal and unethical behaviors. If you have become aware of fraud, discrimination, or other unlawful activities at your place of employment, you have the option of reporting the behavior as a whistleblower.
The decision to become a whistleblower can be overwhelming. You want to do the right thing, but you don’t want to risk retaliation from your employer. We have created the guide below to help you gain a basic understanding of whistleblower litigation.
Our attorneys want you to understand your rights and protections, as well as the potential ways…Read Full Post
Welcome to the new blog of Lewis Kuhn Swan PC. We are proud to offer this valuable resource to discuss the legal topics that matter to you.
On this blog, we will discuss a wide range of topics, answer our most commonly asked questions, and share the latest news and developments of our firm.
With decades of combined experience, our attorneys have focused on a variety of legal matters centered on keeping employers, attorneys, and…Read Full Post