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Tag Archive: Labor and Employment

Looking to avoid employee lawsuits? Here are some tips.

July 14, 2016

Attorney Bradley R. Johnson shared his knowledge and insight regarding employee litigation for a recent article for the Jacksonville Business Journal. The article outlines several things a company can do to help defend against employee litigation and steps that should be taken to prevent or lessen the damages of potential lawsuits. Johnson points out that the single most important […]

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What Employers Need to Know about Supreme Court Ruling

July 14, 2015

Firm attorney Jeanne E. Helton shared her health care legal insight in a recent Jacksonville Business Journal article regarding the U.S. Supreme Court ruling regarding same-sex marriages. The article points out that the June 26 Supreme Court ruling in favor of same-sex marriage has legal and financial implications for individuals and businesses. The decision means […]

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Advisory Opinion on Suspension Rights in Employment Agreements

June 27, 2013

Many employers assume that if an employee, especially in the healthcare arena, is suspected of engaging in some type of wrongful or dangerous behavior, they have the right to suspend the professional, with or without pay. A Florida appellate decision issued on June 12, 2013 indicates this may not be the case, absent express contractual […]

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