Fort Wayne, Indiana Employment and Labor Law Attorney Nathaniel Hubley: Aggressive Legal Representation.
Attorney Nathaniel Hubley is dedicated to providing aggressive legal representation to people seeking help with their employment law matters. The State of Indiana is considered an
employment-at-will state. This means that an employer can terminate employment
an employee for any reason, whether it is a good reason or a bad reason.
However, an employer is prohibited from terminating employment for an illegal
reason, such as discrimination or retaliation
Employees working in the
State of Indiana are protected from being discriminated against in the
workplace. The most common laws that protect workers from wrongful termination
Rights Act of 1964—prohibits discrimination because of race,
color, religion, sex, or national origin;
Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967—prohibits
age discrimination of those between the ages of 40 and 65;
with Disabilities Act of 1990—prohibits discrimination
against qualified individuals who have disabilities or perceived disabilities;
and Medical Leave Act—affords a qualified
employee up to twelve (12) weeks of leave in certain circumstances and
prohibits an employer from terminating an employee for exercising his or her
FMLA rights and protects a qualified employee from an employer’s unlawful
interference with employee’s FMLA rights.
state law claim that gives an employee a cause of action if an employer
terminates employment due to the employee’s exercising his or her rights under
the Indiana Worker’s Compensation Act.
Nathaniel Hubley offers a free legal consultation and in most employment law
cases there are no attorney's fees unless you recover.