Workers with low income and minimum wage jobs in Louisiana were forced into poverty by government closures of businesses

Low income residents in Louisiana who made minimum wage or slightly above were most affected by the coronavirus and government mandated shutdowns.  Employment experts reach a consensus that forcing people out of work was particularly devastating…

Illinois school administrator faced consistent discrimination

Hostile work environments that result in adverse treatment of employees or termination can become the basis for a lawsuit.  A college in the suburbs outside of Chicago was sued for racial discrimination and retaliation by an employee. College…

Louisiana football coach filed a discrimination case after he was terminated. How will the courts determine the employer’s motive for firing him?

Many labor and employment cases will be decided based on whether the plaintiff can show some kind of discriminatory motive for poor treatment or a job loss.  A discrimination lawsuit related to the troubled University of Louisiana at Lafayette…