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Category Archives: Retaliation

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Are Employees Who Testify As Witnesses In Employment Discrimination Lawsuits Protected From Retaliation?

By James P. Tarquin, P.A |

Having represented retaliation victims for more than two decades, our Marion County, Florida workplace retaliation attorneys know that a common employment law myth is that employers are not prohibited from retaliating against employees who testify as witnesses in employment discrimination lawsuits. In far too many cases, as our Ocala, Florida workplace retaliation lawyers have… Read More »

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Is It Unlawful For An Employer To Retaliate Against An Employee’s Family Member?

By James P. Tarquin, P.A |

Having represented retaliation victims for more than twenty years, our Marion County, Florida workplace retaliation attorneys know that employees who complain about workplace discrimination are often subjected to unlawful retaliation. In some cases, our Ocala, Florida workplace retaliation lawyers have learned, employers even retaliate against a complaining employee’s family member. In Thompson v. North… Read More »

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Are Employees Protected From Retaliation When Participating In An Investigation Into Another Worker’s EEOC Complaint?

By James P. Tarquin, P.A |

For more than twenty years, our Marion County, Florida workplace retaliation lawyers have represented Florida employees who have been retaliated against for exercising their employee rights. Through their decades of experience representing retaliation victims, our Ocala, Florida workplace retaliation attorneys know that because of justified fears of retaliation, employees are often reluctant to make… Read More »

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Are Job Applicants Protected From Retaliation When Making A Discrimination Complaint Against A Prospective Employer?

By James P. Tarquin, P.A |

Having represented retaliation victims for more than twenty years, our Marion County, Florida lawyers for retaliation victims know that a common employment law myth is that job applicants are not protected from retaliation by a prospective employer. However, the federal employment laws contain anti-retaliation provisions that protect both employees and applicants for employment from… Read More »

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Does A Long Gap Between Worker’s Discrimination Complaint & Discharge Destroy A Retaliation Clam?

By James P. Tarquin, P.A |

For more than two decades, our Citrus County, Florida retaliatory termination lawyers have fought for the rights of Florida employees who have been retaliated against for complaining about perceived discrimination in the workplace. Having represented retaliation victims for more than twenty years, our Inverness, Florida retaliatory termination attorneys know that employers maintain that a… Read More »

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Worker Claims He Was Fired In Retaliation For Complaining About Racial Slurs In Workplace

By James P. Tarquin, P.A |

For the past two decades, our Alachua County, Florida lawyers for retaliation victims have fought for the rights of Florida employees who have been retaliated against for complaining about race discrimination in the workplace. Through their extensive experience litigating retaliation claims in Florida courts, our Gainesville, Florida attorneys for retaliation victims know that employers… Read More »

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Retaliatory Discharge Case Sent To Jury Where Employee Was Fired For “False” Discrimination Complaint

By James P. Tarquin, P.A |

For more than two decades, our Alachua County, Florida retaliatory termination lawyers have represented Florida employees who have been fired in retaliation for complaining about discrimination the workplace. Through their extensive experience representing retaliation victims, our Gainesville, Florida retaliatory termination attorneys know that employers often defend retaliation cases by attempting to portray an employee… Read More »

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Unlawful Retaliation Case Alleges Worker Was Subjected To Retaliatory Drug Test & Surveillance

By James P. Tarquin, P.A |

Having represented victims of unlawful retaliation for more than two decades, our Citrus County, Florida unlawful retaliation lawyers know that employees are often subjected to a pattern of antagonism after complaining about perceived discrimination in the workplace. For example, employees are subjected to verbal warnings, disciplinary action, negative performance evaluations, and a barrage of… Read More »

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Retaliatory Discharge Lawsuit Claims Worker Fired For Complaining Younger Employees Treated Better

By James P. Tarquin, P.A |

Having represented retaliation victims for more than two decades, our Marion County, Florida retaliatory termination lawyers know that older workers are often treated differently and less favorably from younger employees. Under the Age Discrimination Act (ADEA), employees are protected from retaliation when they complain about perceived age discrimination in the workplace. In enacting the… Read More »

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Worker Claims Retaliatory Termination When Fired Without Explanation After Discrimination Complaint

By James P. Tarquin, P.A |

Having represented retaliation victims for more than two decades, our Marion County, Florida retaliatory termination lawyers have learned that enforcement of the federal employment laws often depends on the willingness of employees to oppose unlawful employment practices without the fear of retaliation. As the U.S. Supreme Court in Crawford v. Metropolitan Gov. of Nashville… Read More »

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