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Dallas Healthcare Service Corporation Pays $25,000 To Settle Discrimination Suit

Dallas employment lawyer Keith Clouse discusses company’s recent settlement with the EEOC for disability discrimination claim

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Don’t Get Stuck Having To Pay For Volunteers This Holiday Season

Employment attorney Keith Clouse discusses situations where volunteers may be classified as “employees” under the FLSA

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Top Reasons Cases Don’t Settle During Mediation

Dallas employment law mediator Keith Clouse outlines the biggest impediments to a successful mediation

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Why Workplace “Tattoo Discrimination” Is (Generally) Legal

Employment attorney Keith Clouse explains the reasons why employers can refuse to hire or terminate workers with visible tattoos

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Downsizing Your Company? Keep The WARN Act In Mind

Employment attorney Keith Clouse discusses federal requirements for large-scale worker layoffs

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Texas Court Invalidates Expanded Overtime Rule

Employment lawyer Keith Clouse discusses recent developments in the battle for new federal overtime law

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What It Means to Be a “Perfectly Clear” Successor in Texas

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently expanded a successor employer’s duty to bargain when purchasing a unionized business

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Texas Employers Are Protected From Class Action Suits (For Now)

The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals upholds employer’s use of class action waivers in the employment context

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Hot Employment Law Topic: Equal Pay in Texas

Even though the election is months away, Texas politicians are discussing a hot issue right now: equal pay for women.

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What Medical Conditions Qualify an Employee for FMLA Leave?

The condition must render the employee unable to work at all or unable to perform one or more of the essential functions of the employee’s job.

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