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Should Blowing the Whistle on Tax Fraud Be Treated Differently?

Posted April 14th, 2017 by in Whistleblower Law.

Tax Day 2017 is fast-approaching, and of course, we are once again reminded that nothing in life is certain, except death and taxes . . . and tax fraud.  The tax fraud problem is so pervasive that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) publishes an annual “dirty dozen” list of the most pervasive tax scams.  This […]

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Pumping on the Job -The Rights of Breastfeeding Employees

Posted April 12th, 2017 by in Gender Discrimination and Harassment.

Breastfeeding employees frequently encounter barriers in the workplace that impede their ability to pump on the job. Horror stories abound of women who are denied a clean, private space to pump or who are shamed and penalized for pumping at work. Thanks to the advent of federal and state legislation and an emerging body of […]

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Non-Competes: Can My Employer Stop Me From Taking a New Job?

Posted March 29th, 2017 by in Civil Litigation.

Finance professionals, executives, sales people, pharmaceutical professionals, information technology professionals, and others today face an increased number of employer-issued restrictions on their right to continue working after they leave their job. For employees, these provisions, often called “non-competes” can have devastating consequences. Read to the letter, these provisions may purport to stop employees from working […]

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A Call to Action: DC Universal Paid Leave Act

The District of Columbia is on the brink of becoming the most generous place in the country to become new parents.  If the Universal Paid Leave Act of 2015 becomes law, DC workers will be entitled to 16 weeks of paid leave for the birth of a child or other qualifying family or medical event. […]

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