Last week, as the Supreme Court was closing business for the Summer, it announced it will soon hear
Am I Protected if I Complain About Corporate Fraud Internally?
It takes guts to speak up when your employee breaks the law. But not all whistleblower complaints
Court Dismisses Retaliation Case Because Complaint was too Vague
The owner of a company tells an employee “I cannot believe you played the race card ... when I found
Whistleblower Claims in Cleveland Workplaces
What exactly does it mean for an employee to be a “whistleblower?” And when are Cleveland-area
EEOC Settles Ohio Sex Discrimination Class Action Suit against JPMorgan
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced this week that JPMorgan Chase has agreed
New Year’s Workplace Resolutions for Cleveland Employees
Now that the new year is upon us, it’s time to reflect on 2013, and to set goals for 2014. When I
Should I Blow the Whistle on my Boss in Ohio?
I think my boss is breaking the law. What should I do? What can I do? And can I get fired for
Case Western Retaliation Lawsuit Heats Up
Last month we wrote about a very interesting employment retaliation lawsuit filed in Cleveland by a