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A Brief Guide to Understanding Non-Compete & Arbitration Clauses in an Employment Contract

If you’ve signed an employment contract, chances are you might have entered into a non-compete agreement with an arbitration clause. Non-competes are becoming increasingly common….

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4 Different Contexts in Which an Individual Can Be a Whistleblower

Whistleblowing, in the simplest terms, is the act of an employee or employees disclosing information about a company or corporation that they believe is unlawful,…

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Quid Pro Quo Vs. Hostile Work Environment: What’s the Difference?

By definition, sexual harassment is the harassment of a male or a female in a workplace, social setting, or other professional scenario by another male…

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3 Kinds of Gender Discrimination in the Workplace and How You Can Fight Back

Gender discrimination in the workplace is nothing new and has been an issue in America for decades despite the many laws that we have in…

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A Quick Guide on FMLA Discrimination in the Workplace

The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) provides job protection for eligible employees by allowing up to 12 weeks of unpaid and job-protected time off…

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What Constitutes Retaliation in the Workplace?

While most know that there are laws in place to protect you from discrimination and harassment in the workplace, did you know there are also…

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Maximizing Your Severance Pay Upon Employment Termination

When you get a new job or when you are interviewing for a new job, we all know that you can negotiate for the salary…

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An Introduction to Qui Tam Litigation: What It Is and How Whistleblowers Are Protected

At the 24th Annual Employment Law Institute (ELI), sponsored by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, our very own Jared A. Jacobson Esq. co-presented, along with Joseph…

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Why Your Severance Agreement May Be Invalid, And What You Should Do About It

When an employee is terminated from a company, he or she might be asked to sign a severance agreement, which is a legally binding contract…

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Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA): Know Your Rights

Enacted on October 13, 1994, the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) is an important piece of anti-discrimination legislation that protects the employment…

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