“What to Expect During Your Employment Law Dispute” – Part 5: Mediation

The Local Civil Rules for the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina require that all civil cases be mediated with prior to trial. As many, if not most, types of employment cases are litigated in the federal courts, there is a good chance that you will...

What To Expect During Your Employment Law Dispute – Part 2: Filing A Lawsuit

Welcome to Part 2 of our six part series on “What to Expect During Your Employment Law Dispute.” Assuming you have received your “golden ticket” from the EEOC, discussed in Part 1, (and remember that some claims do not require you to file with...

Upcoming Series: What To Expect During Your Employment Law Dispute – Part 1: EEOC

For the next several series of blog posts, I am going to be discussing what you should expect to happen after you hire a lawyer for your employment law dispute (excluding federal employees).  The series will be divided into six parts: Part 1:  EEOC Proceedings Part 2:...

How To Hire a Law Firm For your Employment Law Dispute

At Falls Legal we often receive questions from employees about various types of employment law issues.  These questions generally involve an employee who is experiencing a problem at work.  I find that preparing potential clients for the types of information we need...

Supreme Court Weighs in on Who is Considered a Supervisor for Purposes of Vicarious Liability under Title VII

Last week, the Supreme Court delivered an opinion in Vance v. Ball State University, answering the question of who qualifies as a “supervisor” under Title VII; their decision is going to have a big impact on dozens of active employment law cases. Title VII of the...