Oregon Employment Law Attorney
Get help from an experienced Oregon Employment Law Attorney for assistance from an experienced attorney on severance agreements, layoffs, termination, unemployment benefits, medical leave, disability accommodation, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and other employment issues.
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Oregon Employment Law Attorneys
Oregon Employment Law Claims
- Harassment in the Workplace
- Wrongful Termination
- Wage Claims
Serving all of Oregon, including:
- Klamath Falls
Difference Between Employment Law and Workers Comp
Is Employment Law and Workers’ Compensation Law One and the Same? Worker’s compensation law and employment law are two separate but related areas of the law. Because of their shared focus on employees and the workplace, employment law and...
The Top 4 Oregon Discrimination Cases
Most workplace disputes are resolved out of court. This also applies to litigation alleging discrimination in the workplace. However, in the event of a jury trial, the value of your compensation from the lawsuit rises. The Covid-19 pandemic had...
How can Age Discrimination be proved in Oregon?
Age discrimination is prohibited under Federal and Oregon laws. An employer may be held liable for age discrimination if they treat their employee differently due to their age and wrongfully terminate them for it. Aging populations and workforces...