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Dallas Employment Lawyer Reports on the Largest Award in EEOC’s History

The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently received the largest verdict in its history.

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Using Facebook in Employment-Related Litigation

Did you know that employment lawyers are now using social media to prove their cases?

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The New Year Rings In New Changes to California Labor Laws

New California labor laws are taking effect in 2013, says Eric Grover, a Los Angeles employment attorney.

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Dallas Employment Lawyer: Employer to Pay $2M in Disability Suit

The EEOC reports that Dillard’s Inc., a national retail chain, must pay $2 million to settle a class action disability discrimination lawsuit filed by the EEOC.

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First Impression Case: Fifth Circuit Rules on Ministerial Exception to Employment Discrimination Law

/cdklawyers.com// 11/10/2012 The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently affirmed the dismissal of an employment discrimination lawsuit because it found that the ministerial exception applied. This

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An Employer Asks: Do We Have to Train an Older Worker on a New Computer System?

/cdklawyers.com// 11/09/2012 Question: Our retail operation recently converted to a new computer-operated cash register system. One of our employees is an older lady. She is part of a generation

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Hurricane Sandy Prompts Employers to Evaluate Their Policies

/cdklawyers.com// 11/03/2012 Our nation watched with horror as Hurricane Sandy battered the East Coast. Now, Americans have stepped forward to assist with the recovery efforts to get those affected

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Dealing with Unrealistic Settlement Expectations

/cdklawyers.com// 10/20/2012 To settle a discrimination lawsuit, both the employer and the employee have to “come together” regarding their understandings of the evidence, the law, and

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No Tricks, Just Treats. Planning a Halloween Party at the Office.

/cdklawyers.com// 10/19/2012 Celebrating Halloween at the office can be fun. But a Halloween party can also be scary—for reasons that an employer might not have considered. Shocking things

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Confused About What the FLSA Does NOT Require?

/cdklawyers.com// 10/13/2012 The Fair Labor Standards Act is a federal law that sets basic minimum wage and overtime pay standards. It also establishes recordkeeping and child labor standards. While

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