A recent federal court decision out of Massachusetts dealt with the limits of religious accommodations under Title VII for COVID-19 vaccines. If that feels like a PTSD-infused blast from the past, it certainly is. I last wrote about the COVID 19 vaccines and religious... read more
For South Carolina employees, the difference between intermittent leave and continuous leave under the FMLA (Family and Medical Leave Act) can be a confusing one to figure out. Especially since most employees are learning about FMLA leave while going through a... read more
Last week, Star Wars actor Gina Carano’s lawsuit for wrongful termination and discrimination against Disney was filed. Prior to her Forceful termination in 2021, Carano played Cara Dune in The Mandalorian show on Disney+. The lawsuit itself will play out in... read more
The WARN Act (the Worker Adjustment and Retaining Notification Act) requires certain companies, including those in South Carolina, to provide at least 60 days’ written notice to employees for plant closings or mass layoffs. A plant closing, as defined by the... read more
I saw an article earlier this week about how middleclass Americans can’t afford to pay for legal services. This main thing that caught my eye was the statement that “some Americans might be unaware that attorneys in fields like personal injury, Social... read more
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