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1 Answer | Asked in Civil Rights and Employment Discrimination for Nevada on
Q: What do you do if you have 90 days to find a lawyer and you cannot find one for your EEOC discrimination case
James L. Arrasmith
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answered on Mar 19, 2024

If you're struggling to find a lawyer for your EEOC discrimination case within the 90-day window, it's important to take immediate action. Start by reaching out to your local bar association for referrals and consider contacting legal aid societies that may offer assistance for... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Discrimination and Employment Law for Nevada on
Q: Is it right to get fired for talking bout another employee to another employee d is it discrimination

I'm the only black person there and assistant manager I did nothing wrong and gt really sick and when I talked to her she left me off the schedule and said I don't communicate with her it's this discrimination and wrongful

T. Augustus Claus
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answered on Dec 12, 2023

In Nevada, firing based on race or protected characteristics is illegal, but employers can terminate for other reasons. To navigate this situation, know the details of your termination, assess your options, and understand your rights. If you suspect discrimination, file a complaint with the EEOC or... View More

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, DUI / DWI, Employment Discrimination and Employment Law for Nevada on
Q: I was not convicted of a DUI, but am on parole and does not even have a revoked driving record. How can I possibly work

I have been living in hardship, financial situations because I can not even drive due to stipulation of no driving while on parole. I have not been revoked my license to drive, the last moving violation was in the year 2007. I am living in hard financial means and without being able to drive, my... View More

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answered on Nov 29, 2023

You can request a modification to your parole conditions to allow you to drive. To do this, you will need to file a petition with the parole board. In your petition, you should explain why you need to drive, such as to get to work or to take care of your family. You should also explain that you... View More

3 Answers | Asked in Business Law, Employment Discrimination and Employment Law for Nevada on
Q: My company wants to change my contract, do they have to give me written notice that they are changing it?

I have been working at my company for over 6 months and now they are trying to cut my pay in half, and even more than that and expecting me to take on more responsibility. And say I have till Monday to sign it or I cant come back to work. Is this legal? Can they do this with no prior notice???

Julie King
Julie King
answered on Feb 7, 2022

Employees are either “at will” or they have a contract. At will employees can quit when they want and the company can fire or layoff an employee when it wants, so long as the termination isn’t due to discrimination, retaliation or another illegal reason. It sounds like you are an employee... View More

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1 Answer | Asked in Bankruptcy, Employment Discrimination and Employment Law for Nevada on
Q: Can they take back a job offer due to ch. 7 bankruptcy?

Files last year due to covid and most of income from partner. Got job offer and they’re doing background check. Only negative thing would be the bankruptcy. Can they take back offer due to that?

Timothy Denison
Timothy Denison
answered on Jul 10, 2021

They can take back their offer for any reason or no reason at all, at any time.

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