Blog Posts in June, 2015

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  • United Airlines Settles EEOC Disability Lawsuit for $1 Million
    United Airlines Settles EEOC Disability Lawsuit for $1 Million

    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 ...

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  • Georgia Minimum Wage FAQs
    Georgia Minimum Wage FAQs

    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 ...

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  • Barrett & Farahany Wins $2.2M Verdict in GINA 'Devious Defecator' Case
    Barrett & Farahany Wins $2.2M Verdict in GINA 'Devious Defecator' Case

    Barrett & Farahany, LLP’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 ...

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

    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 ...

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  • Break Time for Nursing Mothers: 3 Facts to Know
    Break Time for Nursing Mothers: 3 Facts to Know

    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 ...

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