Employers are typically well-versed in how to stay compliant with the rules and regulations surrounding employment.
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We all know not to discriminate and not to tolerate harassment. We know to have the appropriate rationale and documentation when making a termination decision. We know not to retaliate against an employee who has exercised his or her rights in terms of Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leave, workers’ compensation, whistleblowing, etc.
But what if you get sued anyway? What if, despite doing seemingly everything by the books, a lawsuit still gets filed? Despite the