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Employment Litigation Case: Zoppoth Law Represents Shelby County Librarian
Library, Bogard continue fight
EARLIER: Ousted Bogard to get belongings, but that’s the end
EARLIER: Award winner Bogard fired by library
EARLIER: Former librarian suing the library

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The Zoppoth Law Firm, on behalf of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, a national transgender-rights organization, filed a lawsuit today (8.9.17) against Amazon for discrimination and harassment of two of its employees, a husband and his transgendered wife who worked at Amazon’s Hebr... view entire article

National Legal Blog, Law360, published a recent article about one of the Firm’s employment law cases, regarding protections in the workplace for transgendered and disabled employees. READ FULL ARTICLE... view entire article

Brad Zoppoth’s article discussing severance packages was published in the February edition of Attorney at Law Magazine. If you have received a severance package or have any questions, please feel free to contact our office. READ FULL ARTICLE... view entire article

A Tim George article, Workplace Discrimination Horizons Expanding: Sexual Orientation As A Protected Class, was featured in the July edition of Attorney at Law Magazine. Please read to learn more about how sexual orientation can factor into wrongful termination claims. READ FULL ARTICLE... view entire article

Tim George's article, Pursuing Unemployment Benefits, was published in the October edition of Attorney at Law Magazine. If you have any questions about pursuing or defending unemployment claims, please feel free to call our office. READ FULL ARTICLE... view entire article