What Steps Should Employers Take to Stop the Spread of COVID-19?
- posted: Apr. 24, 2020
- General Information,  FMLA,  Recent Developments 2013,  Whistleblower Rights,  Age Discrimination,  Retaliation,  Race Discrimination,  Government Employees,  Wage and Overtime Claims,  The NLRA and Non-Union Employees,  Executive Compensation,  Immigration-Related Discrimination,  Disability Discrimination,  Sports Labor Law,  Trade Secrets,  Non-Competes,  Sex Discrimination and Harassment,  Employment Contracts,  Recent Developments 2014,  Workers Compensation Retaliation,  Uncategorized
As COVID-19 has plagued the United States, business leaders in every industry have gotten a crash course in virus prevention measures. Unfortunately, for many, the information regarding best practices has Read More
When Is a Fired Employee Entitled to Unpaid Commissions in Texas?
- posted: Feb. 05, 2020
Consider this scenario: Employee A has worked in sales for Employer B for many years. In addition to a small salary, Employee A gets a 4% commission on all sales. Read More
Disability Discrimination Claim Survives Summary Judgment Even Though the Employee Requested an Unreasonable Accommodation
- posted: Sep. 28, 2014
The Americans with Disabilities Act and Chapter 21 of the Texas Labor Code prohibit disability discrimination and require an employer to provide reasonable accommodations to a disabled employee. If an employee Read More