Missouri Division of Employment Security Denies Previously Approved Unemployment Benefits
Attorney Michelle Faron was recently interviewed by Corinne Ruff of St. Louis Public Radio about the difficulties that Missourians are facing with respect to unemployment benefits associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Ms. Ruff’s article was published on St. Louis Public...
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Coronavirus and Your Job – the EEOC’s Published Guidelines on Pandemic Preparedness
COVID-19 is here.  Many Americans are in fear for their health.  The EEOC has published the below information that is helpful for individuals who have questions about the potential effect of COVID-19 on their jobs. The ADA, which protects applicants...
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Employment Protections for Railroad Employees – Federal Railroad Safety Act
Employment Protections for Railroad Employees – Federal Railroad Safety Act
We dedicate a significant portion of our practice to railroad employees.  Namely, we represent current employees, past employees, and estates of employees who have died from working for the major railroad companies throughout the United States.  We regularly litigate cases...
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I was Denied Unemployment – Now What?
I was Denied Unemployment – Now What?
This happens to people every day.  Unexpectedly or not, you lose your job.  Maybe you have some money saved up, or maybe you don’t.  You decide to file for unemployment to make ends meet while you look for a new...
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McMichael, Logan, & Schaeffer Successfully Wraps Up OSHA Fatality Case
McMichael, Logan, & Schaeffer Successfully Wraps Up OSHA Fatality Case
This week, Attorney Clayton Schaeffer successfully wrapped up his representation of a small local construction business who was recently investigated by OSHA and cited for alleged violations. Tragically, this matter involved a death whereby an employee was fatally injured while...
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Sexual Harassment is Not a New Thing
Sexual Harassment is Not a New Thing
Sexual harassment has rightfully become an extremely hot topic in the news lately, even though it has always been a serious problem in society, especially in the workplace.  That being said, no amount of news coverage or number of empathetic...
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