Employment Attorney Blog

The Most Important Thing You Can Do Today: Call The Right Attorney

Our employment law attorneys post daily blogs that address both the law and morality of how employees should be treated. Today, we broaden our thoughts to everyone out there who is being impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic - which is everyone. From the high risk elderly and infirm to the families that are stuck at home, our lawyers, managers, and staff are thinking of you, praying for you. Even though we deal with many stupid employers every day, I am still astounded by the idiots out there that are not taking this Coronavirus seriously. Amazingly, I have talked to people who are bitching and complaining about life inconveniences when others are dying. That being said, we take the inconveniences and delays in our clients' cases very seriously. We are doing everything we can to

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Best Ohio Employment Discrimination Attorney Answers: How long will my employment discrimination case last? How long does it take to sue my employer for wrongful termination? How long will my case be in court? How Long Will My Employment Claim Take? It seems like every time I meet with a potential new client there are few common questions about their employment claim. Most of these questions cover the basics, do I have a case? What are the next steps in my employment claim? Can I sue my boss personally for discrimination? Hint, for the answers to all these questions and more call the right attorney! However, hands down the most popular question our lawyers get is how long will my employment discrimination case take? Of course, it is only natural for a recently

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Best Employment Attorney Answer: What Should I do if I’ve been around someone with Coronavirus? Is my workplace required to have a COVID-19 policy? Can I report a co-worker showing symptoms or signs of COVID-19? Do I have to go to work if I suspect that a coworker have Covid-19? Can I be fired for taking time off for the Coronavirus? Will FMLA cover an absence for myself or family members? Does my work have to report if another employee has Coronavirus? Can my job make Asian jokes about having Coronavirus? The Coronavirus outbreak, or COVID-19, has created global chaos and confusion. Little is known about the virus itself and many businesses are panicking and having trouble developing sensible workplace policies. With so many questions surrounding what employers can and can’t

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For those of you have been following our employment law lawyers’ blog, you have seen that we have been addressing the legal impact of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak on workplace issues; and we will continue to do so over the coming days and months. (This link will bring you to updated employment blogs on the Coronavirus). Because our attorneys are always and exclusively on the side of employees, it is easy to forget that The Spitz Law Firm is also an employer. In addition to our incredibly talented attorneys, the core of what we do is built upon the wonderful work of our staff, management team, docket manager, receptionist, and executive assistants. We value them very deeply. First, the good news: As of this writing, there are no reported cases of The Spitz Law Firm

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Best Employment Attorney Answer: What Should I do if I’ve been around someone with Coronavirus? Is my workplace required to have a COVID-19 policy? Can I report a co-worker showing symptoms or signs of COVID-19? Do I have to go to work if I suspect that a co-worker or co-workers have coronavirus? Can I be fired for taking time off for coronavirus? Will FMLA cover an absence for myself or family members? Does my work have to report if another employee has Coronavirus? Can my job make a joke about having Coronavirus? The Coronavirus outbreak, or COVID-19 has created global chaos and confusion. Little is known about the virus itself and many businesses are panicking and having trouble developing sensible workplace policies. With so many questions surrounding what employers can and

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Best Ohio LGBT Discrimination Attorney Answer: How will the U.S. Supreme Court Rule on the new LGBT case? Is it illegal to discriminate against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer employees? Could LGBT employees be at risk for discrimination? Is it wrongful termination to fire someone in Ohio because of sexual orientation? Could LGBT protections in the workplace end? LGBT Workplace Rights: You may have heard on the news that the United States Supreme Court will decide whether Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects LBGT employees. Our employment discrimination lawyers have been buzzing around the office with predictions and discussing the implications this ruling will have for our clients. As always, it’s hard to predict exactly what SCOTUS will do. If it

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