Blog Posts in November, 2013

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  • Protect Security Sued for Violations of FLSA
    Protect Security Sued for Violations of FLSA

    Barrett & Farahany, LLP filed a suit in Northern District of Georgia Court on October 24, 2013 on behalf of their client against Protect Security, LLC, for violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act of ...

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  • Lawsuit Filed Against Pembrooke Townhomes Homeowners Association Management, Inc. and Phillip Martin for Violations of FLSA
    Lawsuit Filed Against Pembrooke Townhomes Homeowners Association Management, Inc. and Phillip Martin for Violations of FLSA

    Barrett & Farahany, LLP, LLP filed a lawsuit in the Northern District of Atlanta against Defendants Pembrooke Townhomes Homeowners Association Management, Inc. and Phillip Martin on behalf of their ...

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  • Sexual Harassment Claim Filed Against Atlanta West Women's Center
    Sexual Harassment Claim Filed Against Atlanta West Women's Center

    A civil action submitted in Douglas County, Georgia indicates the Plaintiff has filed charges against Atlanta West Women’s Center, P.C. and owner Dr. Jaswant Chaddha. Charges include negligent ...

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  • Press Release: Sexual Orientation Discrimination Bill Gets One Step Closer to Becoming Law
    Press Release: Sexual Orientation Discrimination Bill Gets One Step Closer to Becoming Law

    Another significant milestone in the civil rights movement will hopefully soon protect the rights of more American workers who have faced years of bias and discrimination. Barrett & Farahany, LLP, ...

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  • How Whistleblowing and Retaliation Claims Differ
    How Whistleblowing and Retaliation Claims Differ

    We’ve seen it over and over in the news – an employee witnesses his supervisor or coworker committing an illegal act and reports it to upper management or a government agency. Instead of being hailed ...

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  • Key Elements to Your Workplace Sexual Harassment Policy
    Key Elements to Your Workplace Sexual Harassment Policy

    Many companies don’t think they need a sexual harassment policy – maybe their office is too small, or it’s an all-male or all-female office, or simply “something like that would never happen here.” As ...

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