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There are a variety of different types of appeals that can be taken in immigration cases when the individual involved receives a decision with which they disagree. Continue reading
Once the notice of appeal is filed, the case and most, if not all, of the information from the case is transferred to the Board of Immigration Appeals. Continue reading
The term illegal alien refers to two different things: An actual, legal term of art and an overly generic and pejorative slang term.
The Fair Labor Standards Act generally requires that employees covered by the act who are “non-exempt” must receive overtime pay for hours worked in excess of 40 in a workweek at a rate of pay not less than one and one-half time their regular rate of pay. Continue reading
Reasonable non-compete agreements are enforceable in Ohio. Continue reading
Federal and state laws prohibit an employer from taking adverse employment action against an employee because of their age (if they are 40 or older), gender, pregnancy, race, national origin, religion, or disability. Continue reading
Tell your supervisor, your human resources department, or another supervisor or manager in the company. It is best to notify the employer in writing and keep a copy of your complaint. Continue reading
The FMLA allows you to take up to 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected leave for specific reasons. Continue reading
COBRA is a federal law that provides former employees, retirees, spouses, former spouses, and dependent children the right to continuation of health coverage for a period of at least 18 months. Continue reading
If your unemployment benefits application is denied, you have the right to file an appeal. Continue reading