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Employment law covers topics that concern employees and their right to a fair and just workplace, states the National Employment Lawyers Association. This includes cases that involve discrimination, workers' compensation... More »

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Employment laws exists to protect employees and employers, ensure fair pay for the employees and protect children from labor. The laws also help stabilize the economy, ensure proper employee classification and prevent di... More »

Many laws in California protect the employment of its citizens. California residents have the right to work and must receive compensation of at least minimum wage, according to the State Bar of California. California sta... More »

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Employment legislation is important because it provides protection and job security for employees against malpractices in the workplace. Significant employment laws in the United States include the Fair Labor Standards A... More »

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, or EEOC, filed a class action lawsuit against Ford Motor Company in 2004 on behalf of a class of African-American employees, notes the EEOC. Siegel v. Ford Motor Company ... More »

As of 2015, the primary legal concern surrounding mail ordering cigarettes is that the practice may violate the Prevent All Cigarette Trafficking Act, a law that took effect in June 2010, according to CBS News. The law b... More »

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As of 2015, the National Security Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and other law enforcement officials can investigate cell phone information, states Lawyers.com. Since the 2001, the NSA and FBI require no sea... More »

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