Thursday, 07 March 2013 17:24

The Basics of Retaliation Claim in Employment Actions

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This article is intended to give you the basics of a retaliation claim. In your practice you may be asked to defend an employer who has been accused of a retaliatoryemployment action or to represent an employee who has been the victim of retaliation. Retaliation claims are usually more dangerous for employers than the unfair or discriminatory treatment claims because the employee does not have to provethe underlying claim to be successful on a claim for retaliation.

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  • Comment Link Lidija Thursday, 07 March 2013 18:02 posted by Lidija

    Great Article

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