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The Sommers Schwartz team fights harder and smarter when your future depends on crossing the goal line. Your future. Our fight. Sommers Schwartz. Detroit, MI (Law Firm Newswire) February 17, 2022 – Sommers Schwartz, a powerhouse litigation firm, has released a brand-new commercial that reminds viewers what it takes to be a champion in the courtroom year after year. Your future. Our fight. Sommers Schwartz. The team of nationally recognized lawyers at Sommers Schwartz fights for clients who have been seriously injured by others’ wrongful acts and negligence. The law firm has more than 45 years of experience handling personal […]


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Sacramento, CA (Law Firm Newswire) November 12, 2015 – The lawsuit NFL cheerleaders filed to get a fair working wage paid off. In January 2016, they start getting basic employee rights in California. California Governor Brown signed a new law that comes into effect Jan. 2016, mandating that all professional sports teams provide their cheerleaders with basic employee rights, such as sick leave and minimum wage pay. Some former and current cheerleaders actually worked for as little as $2.85 per hour, while team mascots may make $23,000 to $65,000 per year. Cheerleaders were given poverty wages in a league that […]


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Pittsburgh, PA (Law Firm Newswire) March 16, 2015 – Pittsburgh employment lawyer Charles A. Lamberton is honored to be invited to present The Attorney’s Guide to Workplace Retaliation Claims sponsored by the National Business Institute. The seminar takes place July 15, 2015 and provides continuing legal education to attorneys on important issues in handling employment retaliation claims. The seminar will also provide helpful tactics and techniques for attorneys to better represent their clients in these contentious cases. Mr. Lamberton presents from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m. and will cover a variety of topics, including how to determine whether an employer took […]


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