If you work for a religious institution, you may not have any protection against discrimination or harassment at work. Normally, federal laws such as Title VII of the Civil Rights Act
Court Rules Insurance Did Not Apply to Wage Claims. When employers are sued for breaking wage and hour laws, they face both the high costs of defending themselves in litigation
Family First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) due to summer camp closures. Parents now may be entitled to leave due to summer camp or summer enrichment
LGBTQ discrimination is now illegal under Title VII. The U. S. Supreme Court issued its opinion in Bostock v. Clayton County today, confirming the law of the land.
Here are the top tips from three Albuquerque attorneys on mitigating the risk of being sued by an employee or customer after reopening: 1) “Consider the state guidelines
Earlier this summer, New Mexico created new protections for employees who use medical cannabis.
On July 1, 2019, the U.S. Department of Labor issued a new wage/hour opinion (FLSA2019-7) that reminds us of a commonly overlooked overtime miscalculation.
People often ask whether a particular situation is grounds for an employment lawsuit. Both employers and employees often misunderstand what is and what is not covered by the law.
The New Mexico Corrections Department will pay $700,000 and provide additional non-monetary remedies to settle an age discrimination and retaliation suit
For years, employers have argued that employees’ claims should be dismissed when they have not properly filed a Charge of Discrimination (“charge”) with the EEOC