Florida Residents Could Soon Get Arrested For ‘Texting While Driving’
Can You Be Fired For Fraternization?
Happy New Year From All Of Us At The Lewis Law Group P.A!
Florida may soon be joining the 43 other states that legally ban texting while driving.
Many times this workplace fraternization is unwanted and could result in termination.
Wishing you a happy and prosperous 2018 from The Lewis Law Group team!
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Types Of Workplace Discrimination With Examples - Employment Discrimination Can Take Different Forms Alison Doyle| 23 November 2017 Discrimination in the workplace can take many forms. Employment Discrimination Law can protect you from any form of discrimination. Knowing the different types can help in the next step to seeking justice. Read on to find out if you are a victim of any form of discrimination.
HAPPY LABOR DAY FROM ALL OF US AT THE LEWIS LAW GROUP P.A Admin| 21 September 2017 Happy Labor Day From All Of Us At The Lewis Law Group P.A. On behalf of all of our clients, The Lewis and Law Group P.A would like to take this opportunity to thank our wonderful staff for everything they do to make our country great, our firm successful and our clients/ customers happy.
HARASSMENT IS STILL A MASSIVE PROBLEM IN THE AMERICAN WORKPLACE Admin| 21 August 2017 On Monday, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace released a comprehensive and startling report on harassment in the United States. Authored by EEOC Commissioners Chai Feldblum and Victoria Lipnic, the report chronicles the ongoing struggle to stamp out harassment—racial, sexual, and otherwise—in the American workplace.
BELIEVE IT OR NOT, YOU CAN GET SERIOUSLY INJURED WHILE WALKING….AND TEXTING. Admin| 09 August 2017 Navigating the sidewalks nowadays has become as challenging as a contact sport, like football or hockey. You and your fellow pedestrians are walking and texting more and more these days. The result is a lack of focus. This has directly lead to an increase in accidents and injuries.
MALPRACTICE DAMAGE CAPS STRUCK DOWN BY FLORIDA SUPREME COURT Admin| 09 August 2017 TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that a law limiting pain-and-suffering damages in medical malpractice cases is unconstitutional, rejecting a controversial change that the Legislature and then-Gov. Jeb Bush approved in 2003.