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Appellate Issues in Employment Law Series, Part 2: Oral Arguments and the Brief
Appellate

We recently wrote a blog post where we described the difference between a trial and appeal. In this blog post, we’ll explain the two primary components of an appeal: oral arguments and the brief. Most Cases Are Won or Lost...

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Appellate Issues in Employment Law Series, Part 1: How an Appeal Differs from Trial
Appellate

If you litigate your lawsuit all the way to a trial verdict, then you’re probably aware that an appeal is possible. If you lost, this gives you a second chance to potentially win your case. If you won, you have...

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Podcast With Employment Attorney Edgar Ndjatou: Do You Need a Lawyer? Transcript
Transcript

Fired from your job? Afraid you might be fired? Are you facing other problems at work? Listen to what the lawyers have to say about it. Here’s your host Attorney Tom Spiggle. Tom: Welcome to the “You’re Fired Podcast” for...

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When Should I Hire an Employment Law Attorney?
Hiring an Attorney

Deciding to hire an employment law attorney is a significant decision. For most employees, it’s usually a decision that comes during a not-so-great time in their professional lives. After all, happy employees with a wonderful boss usually aren’t looking for...

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New Tax Law Makes it More Expensive for Employers to Quietly Settle Sexual Harassment Claims
Sexual Harassment

Before we begin, here’s the legal fine print. I am not a tax law professional or advisor. What follows is not meant as specific tax advice for you (even if you are a client of my firm). This post is...

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Parents At Work Podcast: Balancing Business, Fatherhood, and Relationships With Your Kids With Justin Batt
Parents at Work, Podcasts

Fatherhood is one of life’s greatest responsibilities, and yet so many of us feel completely unequipped for the role. Many first-time and long-time dads find it difficult to engage with their children or otherwise feel overwhelmed with the pressures of...

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5 Things You Should Know About Your Severance Agreement in Fairfax County, Virginia
Severance Agreement

Fairfax County is a popular location for many employers, including the federal government and numerous large corporations. With an economy driven by specialized professional services and technology, it’s no wonder that severance agreements are a common part of many workers’...

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The Spiggle Law Firm Launches 7-Step Self-Help Initiative on Wrongful Termination
Discrimination, In the News, Litigation

The founder of the Spiggle Law Firm, Tom Spiggle, has designed a 7-step self-help employment law program for workers who have been fired, or are afraid that they might be, to learn more about their options. The DIY video and...

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Tom Spiggle to Speak at the Metropolitan Washington Employment Lawyers Association 2018 CLE Conference
Discrimination, In the News, Litigation

Tom Spiggle will join a list of notable speakers on Feb. 2, 2018 at the Metropolitan Washington Employment Lawyers Association (MWELA)’s 2008 CLE Conference at the Mayflower Renaissance Hotel in Washington, D.C. Spiggle will join Christine Webber with Cohen Milstein and Alan...

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Parents at Work Podcast: How to Get More and Better Sleep as a Parent—A Conversation with Dr. Michael Breus
Parents at Work, Podcasts

When was the last time you got a good night’s rest? I think we can all agree that sleep is important, but have you thought about some of the negative consequences of sleep deprivation? Do you want to know how...

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