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  • How Tennessee Law Affects Work Comp Claims and Employment Disputes

    by: Staff Blogger | September 15, 2014
    The expenses faced by most employees injured on the job are often covered by Tennessee workers’ compensation insurance. However, several factors can leave a worker with no benefits. These include…

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  • Tennessee Court Ruling States Workers Have Same Rights as Legal Employees

    by: Staff Blogger | August 18, 2014
    At Michael D. Ponce & Associates, our Nashville employment lawyers point out that most companies in Tennessee are prohibited from firing injured workers for work-related injuries. But what happens if…

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  • Nashville Company Providing Work to Tennesseans With Intellectual Disabilities

    by: Staff Blogger | August 6, 2014
    In 1990, the federal government enacted the Americans With Disabilities Act to protect people with mental and physical impairments from being employer discrimination. One Nashville insurance company is leading the…

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  • Changes Made to Tennessee Workplace Discrimination Law

    by: Staff Blogger | July 11, 2014
    The law prohibits employers from unfairly treating or terminating employees based on factors such as religion, sex, race, or sexual orientation. Violations of these laws can result in lawsuits against…

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  • Tennessee Working to Address Construction Industry Employment Fraud

    by: Staff Blogger | June 9, 2014
    The construction industry can be one of the most dangerous lines of work for workers. These risks can be complicated further when employers cut corners on safety and following proper…

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  • Tennessee Legislators Consider Changes to State Lunch Break Laws

    by: Staff Blogger | January 22, 2014
    January 22, 2014 One of the most important tools in keeping United States workers safe while on-the-job is ensuring employees are not overworked and get plenty of rest. The Nashville…

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  • Lawsuit Filed Against Local University Alleges Unfair Hiring Practices

    by: Staff Blogger | November 27, 2013
    November 27, 2013 The law requires companies to meet certain standards when it comes to taking care of their employees. These standards often include minimum pay requirements and carrying insurance…

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  • Tennessee Workers Reach Settlement With Employer Regarding Wage Dispute

    by: Staff Blogger | October 18, 2013
    October 18, 2013 Employers have a legal responsibility to pay workers for the time that they work. However, disputes can sometimes arise between employees and company owners regarding pay. The…

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  • Workers From Nashville Restaurant Consider Legal Action Over Unpaid Wages

    by: Staff Blogger | September 9, 2013
    September 9, 2013 The Nashville Employment Lawyers with Ponce Law explain that one of the most common reasons for legal disputes between workers and their employers are unpaid wages. Such…

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  • Supreme Court Decision Important for Temporary Workers in Tennessee

    by: mdp | February 4, 2013
    The Tennessee Supreme Court ruled on January 22 that an employee of a temporary agency who suffers an injury on the job, but is not returned to work by the…

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