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Employment Law - Individual and Class Representation

Willig, Williams & Davidson is one of a handful of mid-sized firms in the United States specializing in negotiation and litigation on behalf of employees who have suffered discrimination at work and who do not have the protection of a union.

The field of employment law is a highly specialized area fraught with legal minefields which, if not avoided, can result in employees losing their rights without ever reaching the courthouse door. In an employment dispute, workers are often pitted against companies that have substantial resources to commit to defending against employee claims. Because we as a firm are committed to the representation of workers, we have assembled a premier group of litigation attorneys with the experience, resources and dedication that are necessary to win the fight against all forms of workplace discrimination and harassment.

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Collectively...the Blog

 
 

Commonwealth Court Decision Regarding “Necessitous and Compelling” Requirements Under Pennsylvania Law
Last month, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, in a case called Devon Preparatory School v. Unemployment Compensation Board of Review, ruled that a former employee of Devon Preparatory School (School) was entitled to unemployment compensation benefits after she voluntarily quit her job, where the School told her that her pay, duties, and vacation time were being drastically changed.

Pennsylvania House Bill 849 Would Prohibit Employers From Using NDAs in Sexual Harassment Cases
By Alidz Oshagan A nondisclosure agreement (“NDA”) is a contract between the employee and the employer that requires the employee to keep trade secrets and other, employer information confidential. Typically, NDAs are a condition of employment. In other words, sign the NDA, or risk not being hired, or worse, being fired. Employers have long used...

Developments in the Third Circuit Regarding the New Jersey Test for Employee Status
By Ryan Allen Hancock On January 29, 2019, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals held, in a precedential opinion, that the Federal Aviation Authorization Administration Act of 1994 (FAAAA) did not preempt the New Jersey law for determining employment status for purposes of the New Jersey Wage and Hour Law (NJWL) and the New Jersey...

 
 
 

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