Recording Instances of Sexual Harassment in the Workplace – FAQ Friday
Published March 9, 2018 by
While recording instances of at work might seem like a great way to prove inappropriate conduct, it’s important to recognize that recordings could also work against you in court. ...
New Merit Systems Protection Board Appointee – FAQ Friday
Published April 13, 2018 by
President Trump recently appointed Andrew Maunz as a new board member to the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB). The MSPB is a judicial agency in the Executive branch that i...
Workplace Bullying & Harassment – FAQ Friday
Published April 27, 2018 by
A situation involving bullying or harassment in the workplace is not necessarily illegal on it’s own. The legality of the situation depends upon whether it the harassment is tied to a protected class. Employment l...
Independent Contractor vs Employee Status – FAQ Friday
Published May 4, 2018 by
What’s the difference between an independent contractor and an employee? Employment law attorney Andrea Downing explains why worker classification is so important on this week’s FAQ Friday.
In the Media: Attorney Andrea Downing on Uber Prioritizing Sexual Harassment Cases
Published May 18, 2018 by
Salon.com turns to employment attorney Andrea Downing for insights on Uber’s public troubles. The rideshare company will no longer force into arbitration those who claim they have been or harassed by Uber drivers. The move is intended to reduce the cult...
What Are Liquidated Damages? – FAQ Friday
Published June 22, 2018 by
Employment law attorney Andrea Downing says you will often see the term “liquidated damages” appear in clauses and sections of employment contracts. Liquidated damages are the amount you are owed . “If you take a case of liquidated damages for unpaid overtime to court you should b...