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Blog Posts in 2013

Unpaid Post and Preliminary Work Time - Recent Amazon Wage and Hour Claims

Missouri Wage and Hour Attorneys Wage and hour violation lawsuits have been recently filed against Amazon based on a practice of requiring warehouse employees to undergo extensive security scanning ...
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Class Action Lawsuit Filed On Behalf of Nurses and Health Care Employees Against BJC

On October 21, 2013, a class action lawsuit was filed in the Circuit Court of the City of St. Louis on behalf of current and former nurses and medical professionals employed by BJC Healthcare System ...
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Whistleblower Law Under The Sarbanes-Oxley Act

The Law Offices of Kevin J. Dolley represents clients in cases involving whistleblower claims and allegations of fraud. The firm's main office is located in St. Louis, Missouri and our attorneys ...
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Contractual Consideration for Non-Compete Agreements Under Missouri Law

In May 2013, the Missouri Court of Appeals handed down a significant decision regarding the meaning of the term "adequate consideration" relating to the enforceability of non-compete ...
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OSHA Regulations for Underground Construction Employers Using Cranes and Derricks

On August 17, 2012, OSHA published an amendment to its standards in Subpart 5 (Underground Construction, Caissons, Cofferdams, and Compressed Air) and Subpart T (Demolition) of the construction ...
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Former Missouri State Employee Files Age Discrimination Lawsuit

Earlier this year, a former employee filed a lawsuit against the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commissions. She is seeking damages for alleged age discrimination. She had worked for the ...
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Wage Garnishment Laws in Missouri

Wage garnishment is a legal procedure which happens when a creditor withholds a percentage of your income to pay a debt that you have failed to pay on your own. Sometimes you can opt for a voluntary ...
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Are you a Victim of IIED?

If you are an employee that has a very difficult time at work, and if you constantly feel like you are being harassed or aggravated by your authorities at the company, then you may have the legal ...
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Filing a Lawsuit for Slander in the Workplace

In Missouri, you have the right to a fair and respectful workplace where you are treated with kindness and appreciation. If you are constantly slandered by others in the office, this is not a health ...
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Can you Lose your LLC if you are Sued?

An LLC is a legal structure for a business that is short for Limited Liability Company. Most of the time, an LLC represents the fact that your personal debts are not tied up in the company. In ...
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Northern District Of Illinois Grants Conditional Certification In Nationwide FLSA Wage And Hour Lawsuit Against Transcend Services, Inc.

The Northern District of Illinois issued a decision conditionally certifying a nationwide FLSA class action consisting of medical transcriptionists in Cosentino v. Transcend Services, Inc., Case No. ...
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