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United Airlines Settles EEOC Disability Lawsuit for $1 Million

By Barrett & Farahany LLP |

Earlier this month, United Airlines agreed to pay just over $1 million to settle a federal disability lawsuit that has been garnering public attention since 2009. According to the settlement announcement from officials at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), United will have to pay $1,000,040 to a small group of former employees and make…..Read More »

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Georgia Minimum Wage FAQs

By Barrett & Farahany LLP |

In light of our recent blog on the minimum wage increases being enacted throughout the U.S., we think it’s a good time to answer some of the most common questions people have about the minimum wage laws in Georgia. While our answers below can provide some important insight about workers’ rights, don’t hesitate to contact…..Read More »

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Barrett & Farahany Wins $2.2M Verdict in GINA ‘Devious Defecator’ Case

By Barrett & Farahany LLP |

Barrett & Farahany’s skilled Atlanta discrimination attorneys have just won a $2.225 million verdict in the groundbreaking devious defecator case that has captured national attention and headlines. This verdict marks a resounding victory for workers’ rights, as it sets an important precedent for protecting workers’ genetic information and holding employers responsible for violating workers’ federally protected…..Read More »

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Should Atlanta Follow LA’s Lead & Increase the Min. Wage to $15 by 2020?

By Barrett & Farahany LLP |

Recently, the Los Angeles City Council sent a bold message to employers and workers, as it passed a new ordinance that would increase the minimum wage in the county to $15 by 2020. This move, which follows similar efforts in Seattle, San Francisco and other cities in the U.S. to boost the minimum wage, seems…..Read More »

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Break Time for Nursing Mothers: 3 Facts to Know

By Barrett & Farahany LLP |

By federal law, employers are required to provide break times for nursing mothers. In fact, this legal requirement has been in place since March 2010 (when the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, PPACA, amended Section 7 of the Fair Labor Standards Act, FLSA). And if you aren’t familiar with it, keep reading to learn…..Read More »

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