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Woman involved in employment litigation outside California

Business owners and employees in California typically hope to avoid all matters of contention when addressing issues involved in the process of hiring and firing. There have been many situations, however, in which employees have claimed they have been unjustly discriminated against by their employers. Some incidents seem to involve racial discrimination, while others involve alleged retaliation for blowing the whistle on various wrongdoings in the workplace. Many of these situations lead to employment litigation when amicable resolutions seem impossible to achieve outside the courtroom.

NFL linebacker involved in contract disputes, might not train

Millions of fans and television viewers in California and beyond follow each NFL season with zealous interest. Many have favorite players and keep track of their career stats and personal lives in the media. When the stakes are high (as is often the case for top-ranking professional football players) contract disputes sometimes get in the way of a productive season. NFL linebacker, Brandon Marshall, is reportedly trying to resolve a disagreement over certain details in a new contract offer management has offered for the coming season.

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