Employment law is a complex area of the law and one in which disputes are common. There are a variety of federal...
Employment disputes have the potential to lead to extensive disruption in the workplace and to damage the reputation of the business...
When a Moline, Illinois individual or business is involved in a lawsuit, it is important to protect your rights by hiring an experienced civil litigation..
If your rights as an employee have been violated or are under attack, your choice of attorney is crucial. John Doak brings a broad array of employment law experience in the Quad Cities.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Here are answers to some of our most common questions:
What is Employment Discrimination in Illinois?
Illinois law makes it illegal to discriminate against protected classes of individuals. Discrimination occurs when an employer takes an adverse employment action like terminating an employee or transferring him or her or changing the terms and conditions of employment based on the person’s...
What is Wrongful Termination?
Illinois is an “at-will” employment state, so employees can be terminated for any reason or no reason at all. However, they cannot be fired for an illegal reason, such as for discrimination of a protected class or retaliation for cooperating with an investigation in the workplace...
Are Wage and Overtime Disputes Protected by Illinois Law?
Illinois law requires employers to pay employees minimum wage. In 2019, minimum wage is set at $8.25 for non-exempt employees except employees can be paid $7.75 per hour for their first 90 days...
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