Posts Tagged ‘federal courts’

Are there any lawyers in the Ohio area that can work a case for a percentage in employment law ( More specific?

Saturday, September 25th, 2010

I need a lawyer that has extensive experience in representing parties involved in wrongful discharge lawsuits in federal courts, Here are the charges : Improper Conduct title 5, code of federal regulations (C R F ) 2635.702 1.6.4 Contracts with Postal Service Employees and there Immediate 661.2 Application to Postal Employees Related Blogs Sen. Carper […]

Is it smart to leave federal employment for law firm?

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

I work for the federal courts as a case manager and a local big law firm is offering a lot more money to work as a paralegal. The benefits are great and they have MORE opportunities for advancement. Related Blogs The Irish Economy » Blog Archive » Have money or license Paralegal Bankruptcy San Bernardino […]

In what courts are employment/labor law cases most often tried?

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

I am a pre-law student about to enter law school with an interest in labor/employment law. I’m wondering, where are most labor/employment law cases tried. Being that employment law heavily involves the Civil Rights Act and the ADA, are these cases tried in the federal courts? I’m trying to get a sense of just how […]