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One of my clients was recently featured in an article on bloomberg.com. The article, Parents Say Employers Are Illegally Firing Them During Pandemic, discusses the surge of discrimination lawsuits filed by parents who have lost their jobs during over the last 9 months. It tells the story of specific people, including my client, who are…Read More
I recently read an article on ESPN.com that made me smile. Why did it make me smile? Because the Miami Marlins hired Kim Ng, the first female General Manager in Major League Baseball. As a baseball fan, this is great for the sport. As an employment lawyer, I have seen far too many cases of…Read More
October 22, 2020, Dave Koller, Founder and Owner of Koller Law LLC, spoke at Dr. Dave DeMatteo’s law school class at the Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law. Koller discussed Emotional Distress in Employment Law Cases. He also shared his general experience as an attorney who focuses his practice on representing employees in…Read More
Being married to a clinical psychologist, I try never to lose sight of the impact that work and stress can have on people. I recently came across an article discussing employee wellness. This article – Mental health days. Meeting-free times. Companies are adding new benefits to help workers cope. It was nice to see that some companies…Read More
This is a great example of corporate America taking positive action steps. Go Old Navy! Vogue’s website has an article about what Old Navy is doing for its employees that made me smile: Old Navy Will Pay Its Employees to Work the Polls on Election Day. The article points out that many major companies have introduced policies so…Read More
Dave Koller was recently quoted in NJBiz. The article, Will remote-work requirements spark lawsuits?, addresses legal issues for employers and employees during the COVID-19 pandemic. Koller discusses the need for employers to provide reasonable accommodations for those working from home and issues for returning employees with underlying health issues. Please call our office if you have any…Read More