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Former Livingston County employee files whistleblower lawsuit

The former veterans services director of Livingston County, Michigan, has filed a lawsuit against the county and the chairman of its Veterans Services Committee, contending he was fired for reporting what he perceived as misconduct by the chairman.

An attorney can help you negotiate a better executive contract

Being hired as an executive at a company can come with a lot of perks including a nice base salary with opportunities for you to earn bonuses. While all of these may leave you wanting to ask where you need to sign your contract so that you can get started, you may benefit from having an attorney review it and even negotiate a little on your behalf.

Is your employer breaking the law?

Workers in the United States are trained to understand that the employer is in charge, and they need to follow directions at all times. In certain situations, this is fine. However, this mindset does sometimes cause workers to think they have to ignore unethical or even illegal behavior because they are not in charge.

I'm an at-will employee: Was I wrongfully terminated?

If you suspect that you have a viable claim for wrongful termination, don't be fooled by an employer who tries to say that you don't have a case because you were an "at-will" employee. At-will employment is a term used to describe an employment relationship in which the employer can choose to terminate the employment relationship without notice and without reason.

What constitutes pregnancy discrimination?

There was a time in the past when pregnancy meant the end of a working woman's career. A pregnant woman could not work in the eyes of most employers. Therefore, before pregnancy discrimination laws existed, many women found themselves not being hired, being terminated from their jobs or facing other negative employment consequences as soon as they became pregnant. This was devastating for them because it would often happen at exactly the moment when they needed their jobs the most.

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