Mark J. Berkowitz Attorney Law - Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33316

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800 S.E. Third Avenue Suite 400 Ft. Lauderdale
Florida 33316

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(954) 527-0570

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labor@markjberkowitz.com

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Mark J. Berkowitz, P.A. is a labor and employment lawyer in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The employment law attorney represents private and public sector employees in cases related to labor and employment disputes, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wrongful termination and other employment law claims. For 20 years, the labor and employment lawyer has been protecting workers’ rights throughout Florida and also represents employees and labor union members in arbitration proceedings.

Mark J. Berkowitz Attorney Law is located in the Ft. Lauderdale area of Florida. There are at least 12 other listings in the 33316 postcode area.

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Latest Employment Law News: Trans-gender Couple Alleges that Amazon Ignored Their Claims of Workplace Harassment Two married former shipping workers at Amazon’s Kentucky shipping facility have filed suit in federal district court, alleging that the company fired them by ignoring the harassment of one partner because of the employee’s transgender status. Plaintiffs alleged that managers and co-workers, were allowed to harass them; and because supervisory employees refused to intervene, the Plaintiffs felt compelled to resign. [Allegra Schawe-Lane v. Amazon.com KYDC LLC, Case No. 2:17-cv-00134, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky]. Visit us at www.markjberkowitz.com for more employment law news.
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Latest Employment Law News: Google May Face Wage Discrimination Class Action Suit Approximately seventy current and former Google female employees have contacted a national law firm with gender based wage complaints. The on-going investigation is based on an administrative law-suit by the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance, as part of a compliance audit. Visit us at www.markjberkowitz.com for more employment law news.
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Latest Employment Law News: Alabama Business Groups Seek Dismissal of Municipal Ordinance Raising the Minimum Wage Business groups, including retail and restaurant associations, through an amicus brief, urged the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeal in Atlanta to dismiss a law suit, alleging that state legislators discriminated against African-American workers in Birmingham by preempting a local ordinance to raise the minimum wage. The business groups alleged that uniformity in state wage laws forecloses the filing of a race based claim. [Lewis, et al. v. The State of Alabama, Case No. 17-11009, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.] Visit us at www.markjberkowitz.com for more employment law news.
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Latest Employment Law News: NFLPA Is Reviewing Suspension of Star Dallas Running Back The NFLPA (National Football League Players’ Association) is reviewing a proposed six- day suspension, which has been imposed on Dallas Running Back Ezekiel Elliot for domestic violence. The National Football League announced the suspension after the completion of a review by an advisory panel, which included former Securities and Exchange Chairperson Mary Jo White. The NFLPA has three days to appeal the suspension. Visit us at www.markjberkowitz.com for more employment law news.
8/16/2017 1:53:25 PM
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Latest Employment Law News: D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Partially Revives Homeland Security Employee’s Race Bias Suit A panel of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals partially overturned a district court’s opinion, which had dismissed the race bias suit of an African American employee of the Department of Homeland Security, ruling on appeal that the employee had administratively exhausted his claims, where he had alleged a discriminatory performance review and a subsequent suspension. [Crawford v. Duke, as Acting Secretary, Dept. of Homeland Security, Case No. 16-5063, U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit]. Visit us at www.markjberkowitz.com for more employment law news.
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Latest Employment Law News: Veterinarian Need Not Arbitrate Harassment Claims The Florida Fifth District Court of Appeal has held that a veterinarian need not submit her gender/hostile work environment claim to arbitration. Dr. Amanda Saunders’ claim of being sexually harassed by a co-worker, did not arise out of her employment agreement; and therefore, the arbitration clause was held to be inapplicable. [Saunders v. St. Cloud 192 Pet Doc Hospital, LLC, 5D17-45]. Visit us at www.markjberkowitz.com for more employment law news.
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