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  • Employment – Loss of Statutory Rights – Compensation
    The recent case of Corbett v Superdrug Stores Plc [2006], addressed how to calculate the award for an employment dispute. The employee had been working for the employer for more than 10 years when she was unfairly dismissed. She brought her case before the Employment Tribunal and was awarded the sum of £1,420 for loss of her statutory rights. However, the Tribunal neglected to give an explanation as to why that figure was reached. The main probl Read More...
  • Discrimination in Employment — Relevant Federal Laws
    Discrimination in employment is prohibited by a series of federal laws. These laws are the following: * Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended (commonly referred to as “Title VII”); * Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA); * The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, as amended (ADEA); * The Equal Pay Act of 1963 (EPA); * The Civil Rights Act of 1991 (often referred to as “CRA of 1991”); and * Sectio Read More...
  • Colorado Employment Lawyers
    Employment law governs all aspects of the of an employee-employer relationship. It relates to affirmative action, alien workers and visas, personal leave, safety, racial discrimination, disabled employees, safety, records retention and access, overtime compensation, testing, recruiting and discipline. Employment lawyers are available both for employees as well as employers in Colorado. Lawyers in Colorado can professionally handle cases regardin Read More...
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