Civil Rights

Against All Odds: LGBTQIA+ Victory

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Last week, the Supreme Court affirmed through its examination of an act written in 1964, that LGBT employees are indeed protected from workplace discrimination. The decision in Bostock v. Clayton County marks an important step toward the ideal behind the phrase “Justice for All” and extends to another marginalized group workplace protections previously unprovided. Put […]

Deceptive Trade Practice

Investigación de los Protecciones para Empleados Durante la Pandemia COVID-19

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Los abogados de Migliaccio y Rathod están investigando los empleadores a través de los Estados Unidos en relación con su fracaso a disponer suficientes protecciones medicales para los trabajadores esenciales durante la pandemia COVID-19. Los trabajadores esenciales necesitan viajar a, y trabajar en, su normal lugar de empleo, a pesar de todos los riesgos. Muchos […]

Deceptive Trade Practice

Coronavirus Employee Protections Investigation

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Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is currently investigating employers across the United States for failure to provide adequate health and safety protections to employees amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in widespread infection. Essential service workers must travel to, and engage in productive activity at, their typical place of employment, despite the bevy of risk factors involved. […]

Labor Protection

D.C. Paid Sick Leave

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The arrival of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Washington D.C. raises many questions for workers throughout the District, including about taking leave. D.C. workers should know their rights. The District of Columbia Accrued Safe and Sick Leave Act (ASSLA) requires employers to provide D.C. workers paid time off when dealing with medical and other related conditions. […]

Labor Protection

Fast Food Child Labor Violations Investigation

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Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is currently investigating fast food chains for working minors long and late hours, in violation of child labor laws. An investigation by the Massachusetts state attorney general found Wendy’s restaurants in the state to have committed over 2,100 child labor laws including: 1) minors working later than the law allows; and […]