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Antekeier v. Lab. Corp. of Am. Inc.

The court awarded almost $400,000 in attorneys’ fees and costs to a plaintiff who prevailed in a Family & Medical Leave Act retaliation claim against her former employer. 66 more words

Opinions

A personal announcement and a statement to America

I am currently pregnant with my second child. My family and I are ecstatic. It is an honor and joy for me personally to be able to bring new life into this world. 784 more words

Mama Life

Snipes v. S.W. Reg'l Jail Auth.

The plaintiff stated a claim against his former employer for retaliating against him after he exercised his rights under the Family Medical Leave Act. According to the complaint, he was a distinguished employee who had not been advised of any performance problems. 97 more words

Opinions

New Forms! FMLA & FCRA

Contributed by Noah A. Frank, September 27, 2018

In September 2018, the U.S. DOL published “updated” FMLA forms and the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau published updated FCRA forms. 338 more words

Employers

Update from feds: DOL releases opinion letters regarding FMLA, FLSA

It was a busy week for the DOL — not only did the agency release a new set of FMLA forms for employers, but it wrote four opinion letters addressing several FMLA and FLSA concerns.  480 more words

Human Resources

How employers get tripped up by the complexities of Workers' Comp, ADA, and FMLA regulations

While Workers’ Comp (WC), ADA, and FMLA laws have been in place for many years, the overlap between the three is a constant challenge.The laws have different time frames, duration, and rules around eligibility and use the same terminology with different meanings. 1,682 more words

Organ Donors Qualify for Leave under the FMLA

This post has nothing to do with workers’ compensation. It has to do with FMLA leave, which is another hat some readers of this blog wear as well.  230 more words

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