Employment Law

Circumstantial evidence in employment discrimination

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In order to prove employment discrimination in court, an Evansville employment attorney will help his or her client identify and collect direct evidence. This evidence will allow legal counsel to prove the plaintiff’s intent to discriminate. However, it is not always possible to acquire direct evidence, and sometimes one must turn to circumstantial evidence as […]

Employment Law

Your Rights Under The Family Medical Leave Act

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The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) was passed to provide employment leave and protect your employment rights when various unfortunate family situations arise that prevent you from working. Consult an Evansville employment lawyer to see if you and your matter may qualify (or should have qualified) for leave under the FMLA. The FMLA allows leave […]

Employment Law

Severance Agreement Lawyer

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Have you have been fired, laid off, or been the victim of downsizing? If so, you may be entitled to severance benefits, either under your former employer’s severance policy or under your own employment contract. Either way, it is in your best interest to contact an Evansville employment lawyer to determine what you are entitled to and […]

Employment Law

Non-Compete Agreements

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Generally, Indiana courts are willing to uphold a reasonable agreement not to compete even though such an agreement can be seen as being a restraint of trade.  However, the agreement must be reasonable as to the geographical limitation, time limitation and scope of work prohibited.  Moreover, an Evansville employment attorney will tell you that certain interests of […]

Employment Law

Race Discrimination and Employment Law

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When you search for a new position, request a salary increase, apply for a promotion, or simply do your job, you may feel uncomfortable or upset if an employer treats you differently because of your race or color. Workplace discrimination based on race or color may be a violation of federal law. If you believe […]