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February 2019 Archives

Employment contracts may compromise your intellectual property

In the era of high technology employment, intellectual property (IP) fills a massive role. Just about every large corporation, including those in the Detroit area, utilizes intellectual property in some form. Much of this property rightfully belongs to the employer. For example, trademarks, logos and client lists are clearly the employer's property.

The glass ceiling is still out of reach for Detroit women

When Hillary Clinton failed to become the nation's first female president in America, many women took this as a sign that things are not improving for women in the workplace. Logically, we know that some good change has occurred for working ladies, but is it enough to put a crack in that sturdy glass ceiling?

EEOC sues company for alleged disability discrimination

After an office manager at a South Carolina company suffered a health setback and had to be hospitalized, she asked her employer for medical leave. The company fired her instead, according to a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

What does religious discrimination at work look like?

Many people working in Michigan wonder why it is so difficult for them to identify workplace discrimination. In some cases, victims need their jobs and simply wish or hope that they are imagining the discrimination. Other times, workers know deep down, but they choose to put the matter out of their minds. Again, the need to work and earn an income often means ignoring any suspicions workers may have about workplace discrimination.

What are some examples of whistleblower retaliation?

Deciding to join the ranks of whistleblowers in the United States is a huge decision. Many people fear retaliation from their employer or their co-workers. Unfortunately, there are times when these fears have a basis in reality. Retaliation against whistleblowers does occur in some cases, even here in the Detroit region.

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