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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
Philadelphia takes the lead protecting returning employees, and hopefully starts a trend. On Thursday, June 25, Philadelphia’s City Council unanimously approved Bill No. 200328. This Bill will make it illegal for employers to retaliate against workers who complain about unsafe work conditions due to the coronavirus. Mayor Kenney has expressed support for the Bill. Therefore,…Read More
Dave Koller, Founder and Owner of Koller Law LLC, has been selected as a 2020 Pennsylvania Super Lawyer for Employment Litigation. He has previously been listed as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer Rising Star. Koller says, “This recognition is only possible because of my clients over the years. Without my loyal clients trusting me with the…Read More
Calling an employment lawyer is likely intimidating to many people. That is never lost on me. You are likely calling because of a stressful situation at work. Often times, you want a single clear answer to questions like do I have a case? Yes or no. What can I recover out of it? Or, put…Read More
We have been arguing this at our firm for a long time, but today, we finally get a Supreme Court Decision to back us up. Today, the United States Supreme Court ruled that LGBTQ workers cannot be discriminated against because of their sexual orientation. Justice Gorsuch wrote in the majority opinion, “An employer who fires…Read More