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Best Gender Discrimination Attorney Answers: What can I do if my boss only promotes men? Can employers refuse to give women a chance to be promoted? Can I sue if my employer pays me less as a woman than it pays less qualified men? How do I find the best gender discrimination lawyer in Ohio? At The Spitz Law Firm, LLC, our employment lawyers work every day with individuals who have discrimination issues that are based on their gender. Many of the issues surrounding workplaces favor male employees and allow male employees many more opportunities to advance to higher, and better paying positions. In fact, you may have read about some particularly noteworthy gender discrimination issues here on this employment discrimination blog written by our lawyers. (See My Job Promoted A Less

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Best Employment Attorneys’ Answer: Do I have to pay taxes on my race discrimination lawsuit? Should I report my gender and disability discrimination settlement to the IRS? Can I avoid paying taxes on the jury’s verdict on my sexual harassment claims? “Nothing is certain except death and taxes.” We have all heard this before and most of us have probably uttered this phrase once or twice. What most of don’t know is that this unfortunate truism has a long history in our country. It origins are found in a 1789 letter, in which Benjamin Franklin, who you may have heard of, penned that “Our new Constitution is now established, and has an appearance that promises permanency; but in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Now, as a bit of a history

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Best Ohio Employment Discrimination Lawyer Answer: Can I take documents from my work computer as evidence for my lawsuit? What Evidence Do I need to bring a lawsuit against my employer for race or gender discrimination? Can I sue my current employer for religious or age discrimination even though I haven’t been fired yet? The dedicated employment attorneys of The Spitz Law Firm are always on the lookout for changes in the law that may best help their clients prove their discrimination claims against their employers. As our employment law attorneys have blogged about before, employment discrimination is a constantly changing field of law with different many ways to prove discrimination. (See Can I Sue My Employer For Age Discrimination?; Can I Sue My Employer For Discrimination Even If

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Best Ohio Gender Discrimination Attorney And Top Equal Pay Lawyer Answer: Can my boss pay men more than women? What can I do if the men at work make more than me even though we do the same job? Can I sue if I am being paid less than men that are in the same position? Assuming that Rio doesn’t completely implode, it is time to celebrate the Olympics. The best male and female athletes from around the world show up to compete for Olympic glory. These men and women dedicate their lives to working as hard as they can to win a gold medal. But, even though both these men and women work equally hard, that does not mean that they are treated the same. The United States Women’s National Soccer Team is fighting for equal pay. Hopefully, there has been a new development that may

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Best Ohio Employment Discrimination Lawyer Reply: Can I make my employer pay my attorneys' fees? What can I do if I don’t have the money to pay an attorney to sue my job for wrongful termination? Why should I have to pay to file a race discrimination lawsuit against my former employer? Let’s start with the basics. Most employment law lawyers will charge an hourly fee to represent employees in employment discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, or wage and hour claims. These employment attorneys will then require these recently fired employees to hand over part of their savings as a retainer that the attorney will hold in their trust account and bill against. Some attorneys are even worse, they will take a contingent fee on top of an hourly rate. Most

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Best Ohio Employment Discrimination Attorney Answer: How can I report my boss for discrimination? Should I file with the EEOC by myself or get a top race discrimination lawyer? What happens after I get a right to sue my employer for gender discrimination? Frequently, our employment discrimination attorneys will get calls from employees after they have already filed a charge of discrimination or received a right to sue letter from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC“). In the past, our employment discrimination lawyers have blogged about the potential negative consequences of trying to handle your claim with the EEOC without the aid of an experience employment discrimination attorneys (See Top Employment Law Attorney: Do Not File With The EEOC Without Doing

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