giving them a month off work.
answered on Feb 16, 2022
More information is needed to answer your questions. It sounds like your employer took disciplinary action against the coworker who sexually assaulted you after you reported the incident. Has the coworker returned to work? Is he or she still working with or near you? You should contact an... Read more »
answered on May 5, 2021
Then ask a question here, or contact an employment law attorney in your area. There is a find a lawyer link above so you can search for an attorney.
Talking about drag queen from the tv show rupauls drag race and who we like and don’t like and how could it be considered sexual harassment.
I do not have a written lease, only verbal. I told my friend/landlord about a guy I was seeing. Shortly thereafter my landlord showed up unwarranted and stayed in a garden shed, told me I lost his trust, made hideous sexual references, threatened to kick me out. A few tough weeks followed, I’d... Read more »
answered on Apr 28, 2020
The exact details here make all the difference - which is why it is ALWAYS a good idea to only rent pursuant to a written lease. One main issue for you is likely to be what exactly it is that you rented. A written rental agreement specifies that. Here, IF the landlord can make an... Read more »
answered on Dec 18, 2019
Your statement doesn't makes sense. Please post again with proper grammar so that we know what your question is.
too many to list, but pertains to inaccurate fmla hours calculated, false notations and accusatory notes, ada accommodations after fmla exhausted, discrimination, 2 month delay plus in begining interactive process, continueal repeatitive documented denial of accommodation without undue hardship and... Read more »
answered on Dec 12, 2019
You should consult an employment attorney related to potential violations of the Family Medical Leave Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Defamation claims are state-law specific, subject to limitations imposed by rights contained in the First Amendment. You should narrow your focus to... Read more »
answered on Nov 4, 2019
Oregon law allows allows a victim of child sexual abuse to bring a lawsuit at any time until the victim turns 40 years old or 5 years after the victim knew or should have known of the causal connection of the injury and the child abuse, whichever is later. You should contact an attorney as soon... Read more »
Someone says they walked your dog and he got away. 2 months later and still no sign of dog. Flyers posted craigslist and fb postings. Checked dog shelters.
answered on Sep 3, 2019
What could be considered evidence is something that depends on the circumstances. In your case, it seems that you would need something to prove that they had your dog, or control of your dog, after the time they say it ran away. Were they seen with the dog? Are they advertising a dog for sale? Is... Read more »
The owner also took 20% of my tips every shift for over 3 years, refused to pay me more than minimum wage for my position as a manager and for being on call on my days off. I finally quit when I realized he was shorting my checks. Now he has threatened to sue me twice if I tell anyone about all of... Read more »
answered on Oct 23, 2018
Depends on how much you are talking about. If it is under $10k, you can go to small claims court. More than that, file in regular circuit court. Of course, you would be better off using an attorney, as most do these types of cases on a contingency basis, meaning you only pay them if you win.
Past boss and owner sexually harassed me for years of my employment. I didn't realize it had been happening for awhile until boss offered me sexual favors for money. I've known boss for majority of life. Boss would also complain to other employees about me not being in, while I was on... Read more »
answered on May 6, 2018
If you want a lawyer you need to shop for one in the area of the problem you have and they cover. Justia is about posting short simple questions that lawyer's can answer that don't need a consultation to sort out all the details. Your problem is complex and multi faceted. So let's... Read more »
There is a 27 yr old trying to e-mail to my daughter, who just turned 18, I watch her e-mail account. I've already told him once not to talk to her, but he's attempted to get in contact with her again now that she's turned 18. She's adolescent and wants to have a friendship with... Read more »
answered on Apr 3, 2018
Well she is legally an adult so you can't control who she talks to directly but if she is living in your house and you are supporting her you can lay down your house rules. However that might mean asking her to move out if she won't comply and I don't think that is the end result... Read more »
I complained to HR about the head manager/boss' son getting drunk on the clock and sexually harassing me at work and was told it would be taken care of. I was then told that since nothing could be proven they weren't going to do anything about it and said they were taking me off the... Read more »
answered on Mar 3, 2018
It does sound like you would have a case for the sexual harassment, and potentially other claims. Find an employment law attorney near you to discuss.
when I was fired I loved my job so much that I went and asked for my job back they said no.... later told my husband I was not rehireable and it was on my record.... so they just rehired this guy that was fired for sexual harassment they never reported it to the police and they rehired him but told... Read more »
answered on Nov 20, 2017
The question is, why were you fired, or at least what did they tell you? Plus, why do you think you were fired?
If your termination was for something unrelated to the sexual harassment, then there maybe nothing to this. If your termination was related to the sexual harassment, then you may... Read more »
I left due to this behavior from my ex-boss. I felt very uncomfortable about this but I never expressed this to anyone. This occurred in Beaverton, OR.
answered on Nov 13, 2017
Your statute of limitations has almost certainly expired, unless the defendant left the jurisdiction or you have been mentally incapacitated for a lengthy period of time. Also, the fact that you never expressed these facts to anyone for 20 years will almost certainly be held against you in regards... Read more »
I went in to donate and later received a Facebook message from an employee asking me out and telling me his boss would kill him when he knew. I feel totally violated and tried to be polite as I plan to frequent this center and need the money. What are my rights here? Can I sue for privacy... Read more »
answered on Oct 16, 2017
You need to get help to change your Facebook Settings to make sure that your personal information is not visible to people you don't know. I am not an expert on privacy laws so whether or not you have a lawsuit I can't tell you. Generally speaking you need to prove economic damages to... Read more »
answered on Aug 25, 2017
The simple answer is yes. Usually, A crime is committed when the act occurs not when the charges are brought. As a hypothetical, Say a person A takes a pack of gum from the grocery store jan 1. On feb 2 the store goes out of business and mar. 1 the state files charges against Person A. They filed... Read more »
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