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Employment Disputes Archives

Texas man files suit against former employer

A former employee of BAH Texas is suing his former employer for allegedly violating the Texas labor Code and Fair Labor Standards Act. The suit was filed on February 26. Reports suggest that he has already begun working with an attorney and is seeking damages and the costs and fees of litigation.

U.S. Postal Service employee sues over privacy violations

On Feb. 13 of this year, an employee of the U.S. Postal Service filed a claim against his employer in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas Houston Division. The lawsuit cites the Postmaster General and the U.S. Postal Service as the defendants and accuses the parties of an invasion of privacy and violating the Fourth Amendment.

Major US employer fights National Labor Relations Board complaint

Employees have many rights. Unfortunately, many employees do not fully understand what their rights are or what steps they should take to ensure their rights are honored. When employment disputes occur, it is typically a good idea to work closely with an attorney to ensure rights are protected. In many employment-related disputes, the very details of laws can make all of the difference in the outcome. Many of these laws are unique to employment law and many workers may be unfamiliar with them.

Ex-employees sue Texas employer over breach-of-contract disputes

A few terminated employees of a Texas cabinetry company are building a case to sue their former employer. The lawsuit claims their former company violated federal laws meant to protect workers from a sudden loss of employment. The ex-workers' class action lawsuit stems from the bankruptcy filing of the company and the subsequent dismissal of company workers.

Employer asks Supreme Court to reverse employee defamation award

Employment disputes range from employees being unhappy with a dress code to allegations of wrongful termination. Employees may believe they are being asked to perform duties outside the limits of their employment contract. Employers generally know they have to be very careful what they say when they are called to give a work reference for an employee or former employee. If they make disparaging statements about the person, they may find themselves the target of defamation litigation.

Coach sues UT for discrimination after forced resignation

Issues of discrimination can sometimes lead to employment-related disputes, as in a current case involving the University of Texas. The ex-coach of the women's track and field team is alleging that she was forced to submit her resignation due to a hostile working environment.

Three things Texas employers must do to prevent sexual harassment

A Houston woman complained to her employer about her supervisor’s unwelcome sexual advances. She was transferred to another location, but the offending manager was never disciplined.  Was that enough? What about the coworkers left behind? Texas employers must do three things to protect employees from sexual harassment and minimize the risk of employment disputes.

Texas woman alleges sexism kept her from getting promotions

A Texas woman filed a lawsuit in federal court alleging that she was denied advancement with her employer for eight years. The suit alleges that less experienced and under-qualified male employees were promoted above her during that time for information technology jobs. Hired in 2005, she is the only woman in her company's IT server department.

Houston man accuses college of age discrimination, retaliation

A 66-year-old man is suing his former employer, the San Jacinto College District, for firing him because of his age. He filed suit in Houston and he alleges both age discrimination and retaliation. He is suing for an unspecified amount in damages. 

Wrongful termination lawsuit against Texas university is on hold

The lawyer for a plaintiff who is suing Texas’s Lamar State University has broken his hip and has filed a motion for the case to be stayed, or put on hold, as a result. The case was originally filed in May and, in spite of these new developments, all parties concerned are likely to want to put this case behind them.

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