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July 2016 Archives

Employment discrimination could lead to legal action in Colorado

An employment law case currently taking place in another state may interested Colorado residents. Reports stated that over 3,000 women are to be affected by the class action lawsuit pertaining to employment discrimination. The women work or worked for a telecommunications equipment company where they were discriminated against when it came to upper-level management positions. 

Wage and hour claim options may be needed in Colorado

Wage theft could happen in a variety of ways. In some cases, individuals may not even be aware that some of their employers' practices regarding compensation is illegal. Luckily, many parties are able to spot unfair treatment and take action in attempts to gain their rightful compensation. If Colorado residents feel that their wages may have been unjustly calculated, they may wish to consider filing a wage and hour claim.

Losing jobs due to retaliation may be fear in Colorado

When Colorado residents feel that they have been unjustly treated, they often want their concerns to be heard. Such is the case for one man in another state who filed a legal claim for wrongful termination. Reports stated that the man had been a county employee before he was terminated from his position, which he believes was an act of retaliation.

Employment discrimination could leave Colorado residents jobless

When looking for a job, many Colorado residents may feel hopeful about their prospects. However, even individuals who are qualified for positions could be the victims of employment discrimination and miss out on job opportunities. In such cases, legal action may be necessary in order to rectify injustices and ensure equal opportunities for qualified individuals.

Business contracts could play role in Colorado civil claims

Entering into a business relationship can sometimes be a complicated endeavor. Contracts are often utilized in order to make the terms of the relationship more clear, but issues could still arise. Colorado residents may be interested in a situation currently taking place in their state in which a woman who entered into a contract with the owner of a wedding venue has filed a legal claim.

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