Discrimination, Harassment and Wrongful Dismissal and Termination

Wrongful termination

If you believe you were wrongfully dismissed or fired by your employer, we can work for you. Wrongful termination means a violation of any law that protects employment.

Discrimination, harassment, and retaliation

Federal and state and local laws entitle employees to fair and equitable employment opportunities, pay, and working conditions regardless of factors such as age, race, religion, nationality, disability, pregnancy, gender, or sexual orientation. If you have been subject to discriminatory treatment based on these or other protected characteristics, call us to discuss your legal options and available compensation for your injuries with our experienced attorneys.

Sexual harassment

We know that sexual harassment in the workplace remains as rampant as it is underreported, and our we approach each client’s case with sensitivity and compassion as well as zealous representation of your rights. Whether your situation involves unwanted sexual advances or coercion by a supervisor or co-worker, inappropriate or threatening actions by an outsider, development of a hostile work environment, or another form of sexual misconduct in your workplace, we can help put an end to unlawful harassment and seek financial compensation for your mistreatment.

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Clean Slate Project | Giving Arkansas a Fresh Start

What does it mean to get your criminal record “sealed?” Having your criminal record “sealed” (or “expunged”) is the process of having your criminal record made confidential.  If your record is sealed, the documents will be hidden from public view, but will not actually be destroyed. However, once you get a conviction sealed, you can…

Jul 21 2021

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Opening a Probate for a Personal Injury, Mass Tort, or Other Lawsuit in Arkansas

We have all heard it and it is true, bad things happen to good people. Sometimes, those things involve a lawsuit after someone has passed away. When that happens there is a specific type of probate called a special administration. This type of probate is used to deal with one specific issue and not the…

Jun 3 2021

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Can I be fired if I have a medical marijuana card?

Many Arkansas medical marijuana cardholders have questions about whether they can be fired. The answer is that the Arkansas Constitution protects all medical marijuana cardholders from being fired for having a medical marijuana card. However, this is increasingly an issue. Many do not understand the law. According to this article in Arkansas Business, “there were…

Jun 2 2021

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Out of State Probate (AKA Ancillary Probate)

Probate is a process that nobody wants to go through. That being said, if it is handled correctly it can lower the stress and the conflict between family members. In this article, we are going to explain how the probate process works if you have to open a probate in another state first and then…

Jun 1 2021

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