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1 Answer | Asked in Employment Discrimination and Civil Litigation for Texas on
Q: If a person is deposed, does he/she legally have testify in a deposition?
John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on Jul 15, 2024

If the person is a party or receives a subpoena, yes that person legally must testify. It's the same as being subpoenaed to testify in court.

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination and Employment Law for California on
Q: Can a company be found guilty of discrimination retaliation and wrongful termination on the same case

I was injured on the job I was on restriction duty I asked for a day off to seek medical attention my employer my supervisor didn't deny the day off but the following day when I went to go pick up my regular check he presented me a document and told me if I didn't sign a document it could... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts and Employment Discrimination for Michigan on
Q: Owner is assumed to be pocketing our bonuses I work for a contracted company.

The company I work for is contracted to a corporation that pays our company bonuses intended to be paid out to the contracted companies employees. We haven't been paid those bonuses in months. It's assumed that the owner is pocketing that for himself. Is this legal?

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination and Employment Law for Pennsylvania on
Q: Employer never reached out for ADA interactive process. FMLA office never received certification from them.

I was terminated from my position at Vertical Screen INC for work performance based on quality and completions per hour I have FMLA and intermittent leave; using my leave causes me to miss work days, which lowers my completion quality and was not properly prorated and factored in. On May 22, 2024,... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination and Employment Law for California on
Q: Can an employer tell you no escooters or ebikes on property anymore or you can lose your job.

I work at an international Airport and in Nov 2023 we were restricted to 2 lots,, a bit away from my terminal. It's a 25 minute walk because the shuttles are usually full, so many of us invested in e bikes and scooters. 9 months later they say we can't have them on property any longer.... View More

Q: Can I sue the tribal casinos for verbal sexual harassment, violation of the NO CONTACT AGREEMENT?

I filed a sexual harassment against my supervisor i was punished by being transferred and my benefits started over and taking the only shift available. A NO CONTACT AGREEMENT was effect. A year later I became a customer and no incidents for about an year I didn't look but didn't see... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights, Employment Discrimination and Municipal Law for Nevada on
Q: If you have a state-issued permanent handicap placard, Can your employer tell you that there are only certain handicap

Parking spots u can park in,that are approved by employer, and employees may not park in any other handicapped spots on property or they will be towed? This is Hilton that said this to me. .

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination and Municipal Law for Nevada on
Q: If a person has a permanent handicapped placard, Can a business on private property refuse them access to park in any

Of the handicapped parking spaces on that property? Basically Can an employer tell a handicapped employee that there are only certain handicapped spots they are allowed to park in that are ok'd by the employer, and if that employee parks in any other handicapped space on the property, they... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Employment Discrimination and Employment Law for Kansas on
Q: Can an employer in Kansas legally ask you for documentation of a felony record immediately after an interview?

Had interview at a school district, went great! She said she would check my references and then get back to me to onboard, even told me what position I would have and where. 30 mins later she calls and asks me for paperwork related to my charge I was falsely convicted of (felony theft). Took plea... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination, Employment Law and Libel & Slander for Maryland on
Q: Can I sue for wrongful termination or discrimination from my employer?

On March 1, 2024 I was called in on my day off, as soon as I got to work I was told we are having a staff meeting, as soon as the meeting started I was escorted out by head of security, I was told to gather my personal items, hand over my badge, and that there is an investigation going on and... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Employment Discrimination for Ohio on
Q: I've been a manager for 3 months working overtime hours as well l...all without the expected pay increase included .

Also I've witnessed personally this same exact scenario happen to multiple past coworkers .....and feel as something is wrong with the whole thing ....but when it's spoken of or someone in a higher position gets wind of it they react rudely or laugh and state that "people are crazy... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination for California on
Q: Am I still covered under the whistler blower protection rights if I submitted the complaint to HR anonymously?

HR provided a complaint number which I have a record of. Should I go back and add my name to the complaint?

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination for Maryland on
Q: Can hotels have untrained employees provide services to disabled guests with service animals?

June 15th - June 17th I had Courtyard by Marriott hotel reservations as a disabled person with a service dog. On June 16, 2024, I was aggressively approached by an unidentified hotel employee regarding my service dog and I was required to provide my single occupancy room number in front of the... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law, Civil Rights and Employment Discrimination for New Hampshire on
Q: I was accused of being racist during a dispute at work. Aside from going to HR are there any actions I can take?

I got into a dispute with a person of color at work, ragarding a task that needed to be taken care of. I told the individual they were not going to win the argument, so they needed to walk away. That was all I said, nothing personal, nothing relating to color. The response from this individual, was... View More

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Law and Employment Discrimination for Pennsylvania on
Q: A co-worker asked several co-workers and the president of the company to an afterwork retirement for a coworker.

Coworkers who were not invited feel left out. And may feel unwelcome and uncomfortable at work. Is this harassment

0 Answers | Asked in Employment Discrimination, Employment Law and Tax Law for California on
Q: Taxes and employee login account tampering

My employee login accounts were being tampered with and my taxes information was being changed someone changed my tax information under federal and state they put 0 and another time put 99 I always claimed 3 ALOT of things were changed and my money was taken.the school district I worked for... View More

0 Answers | Asked in DUI / DWI, Employment Law, Employment Discrimination and Legal Malpractice for Montana on
Q: Do I have grounds for a lawsuit against Fedex Ground?

I was arrested and charged with a first offense driving under the influence on the 28th of January this year. I spent 14 hours in jail. When I got out of jail, I received my phone and personal effects back and I received a text from my manager asking if I was in jail this weekend. I responded... View More

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