Americans spend the majority of their day at work, and expect to be treated fairly and with respect in the workplace. However, sometimes an employer or supervisor creates a hostile work environment, which can come in many different forms. You do not have to suffer through that kind of work situation. One of the most…Read More
Employees have a limited amount of time to take action against their employer. How much time do they have? The answer to that question is complicated: the statute of limitations for employment lawsuits vary based on a number of different factors, including the statute you are suing under and the type of conduct alleged. When…Read More
Sexual harassment occurs when an employee is treated differently because of his or her sex. An incident of sexual harassment can easily become entangled with other types of employee rights violations, such as when the victim faces retaliation for how he or she chooses to handle the harassment. There are a number of laws aimed…Read More
Every employee has the right to a workplace free from discrimination and retaliation. But in reality, many employees face this kind of unfair treatment at work on a daily basis. When an employee exercises one or more of his or her workplace rights and in return faces actions meant to punish him or her for…Read More
Unfortunately, pregnancy discrimination remains a serious problem in Pennsylvania and throughout the United States. According to data provided by the National Partnership for Women & Families, nearly 31,000 cases of pregnancy discrimination were filed with federal and state agencies between 2011 and 2015. Undoubtedly, there are many incidents of pregnancy discrimination in which claims are…Read More
A qui tam lawsuit is a specific type of whistleblower lawsuit. A qui tam lawsuit is brought by an employee whistleblower who is aware of false claims for the payment of government funds by their employer under the federal False Claims Act or an analogous state statute. Whistleblowers are compensated significantly for informing the government…Read More
For people working in Pennsylvania, employees expect that their employers are adhering to all wage and hour laws set by state and federal law. Sometimes businesses take advantage of their employees and subvert the laws meant to protect the people who work for them, or mistakenly violate wage and hour laws when compensating their employees.…Read More
In an 80-page opinion by Judge Robert F. Kelly of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, the jury verdict win by Console Mattiacci Law this summer against Temple University was upheld. Laura Carlin Mattiacci, as lead trial counsel, and Rahul Munshi, as co-counsel, both of Console Mattiacci Law, represented Ruth…Read More
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