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You May Not Report the Illegal Activity to the Wrongdoer, It Must Be an Individual Not Involved in the Illegal Actions
Our practice covers all aspects of Labor and Employment Law. Frank Steiner spent the first part of his career, over 25 years, in management with some of the largest corporations in America. This experience gives him a unique insight into business and how they operate.
Frank Steiner frequently litigates cases involving Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C.S §2000e et seq. He specializes on cases involving gender discrimination, contravention of rights afforded by the Americans with Disabilities discrimination (ADA) 42 U.S.C.§§12101 et seq., and Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993, (FMLA) 29 U.S.C. §§2601 et seq., along with violations of TCA §8-50-103, Tennessee Disability Act. T.C.A. § 4-21-301.
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Retaliation occurs when an employer punishes an employee for acting under protected activity. Protected activity occurs in employment when the individual acts in furtherance of federal discriminatory law. For example, an employee files a charge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleging discrimination or retaliation while still employed. In that instance the action of filing a charge is considered “protective” activity and any adverse action against the employee is considered retaliation.
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Filing a lawsuit can be very intimidating. More importantly, you do not always have to file a lawsuit to get your wrong righted. Our experienced attorney will work with your individual needs while guiding you through the process. Our practice covers:
Federal and Tennessee Laws prohibiting discrimination and retaliation based on:
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In addition to Title VII and the Tennessee Human Rights Act, we practice:
TCA § 50-1-304, The Tennessee Whistleblower Act provides an exception to the at-will employment doctrine of Tennessee. Retaliatory discharge provides that employees cannot be fired for refusing to remain silent or refusing to engage in actions that they believe to be illegal.
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