Monthly Archives: November 2013

How to Recognize Workplace Harassment

Workplace harassment can be either a single outrageous act or a series of less serious acts that create a hostile work environment. Isolated outrageous acts, such as sexual assault in the workplace or racially motivated threats, are usually easy to identify. They are clearly wrong and clearly actionable. In the context of a hostile work […]

Why You Can’t Sue Your Employer for a Workplace Injury

Years ago, throughout the United States, an injured employee’s sole recourse was to sue the employer in tort in much the same way a car accident victim sues an at-fault driver. The problem was, however, that an injured worker could only recover if the employer was at fault. Even then, the employer would often argue […]

Why You Can’t Sue Your Employer for a Workplace Injury

Years ago, throughout the United States, an injured employee’s sole recourse was to sue the employer in tort in much the same way a car accident victim sues an at-fault driver. The problem was, however, that an injured worker could only recover if the employer was at fault. Even then, the employer would often argue […]

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