Month: March 2020

Has your child faced disability discrimination at school?

Under federal law, public school students who have disabilities must receive equal opportunity to participate in extracurricular activities. In a recent lawsuit against Barry Goldwater High School in the Deer Valley Unified School District, the parents of sophomore Presley Shine claim the school denied their daughter the chance to try out for the basketball team…

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Am I entitled to a lunch break?

Whether you are working as a salary or hourly employee, it is important to understand your rights under the law. One of the most important aspects of work is break time.  However, under both Arizona and federal law, neither salaried nor hourly employees get lunch breaks under the law. According to, employers are within their…

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How should employers handle employee complaints?

Employee complaints are inevitable. While some are minor and easy to address, others may involve serious legal issues. Failing to handle these the right way could harm your employee and your business.  According to, here are some things to consider about employee complaints.  How to receive complaints  This first stage in the process is crucial….

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