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|September 16 2011 Top Class Actions and Legafi Newsletter|
- Friday, 02 December 2011 11:38
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Hello less than 100 degree weather! Hooray! It’s about time! We’re finally cooling down in Phoenix. I hope the weather where you are at is as nice as it is here!
There have been some interesting cases lately. If you’re watching the news you’ve probably seen the flack the Obama administration is getting over a $500 million investment they allegedly pushed through for solar power company Solyndra. Well it appears that when Solyndra went belly up they may not have paid their employees like they were supposed to. A WARN lawsuit has been filed looking for wages. Big companies can’t just shut their doors. They need to provide their employees notice and pay when they layoff large amounts of employees.
Walgreens also got hit with a lawsuit. It looks like a diabetic employee was having a hypoglycemic attack and opened a bag of chips to stave it off while on duty. Once she was off duty she paid for the chips but Walgreens still fired her for stealing. Do you think it was right to fire an employee of 18 years with no disciplinary problems? Leave a comment and let us know.
That’s all for now! I hope you have a fantastic week! I have a 3 year old with a fever, a 1 year old who’s still recovering from a little bug and a wife with laryngitis. Time to play Dr. Scott! ;) Enjoy your weekend!
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