The Lamberton Law Blog

Pittsburgh employment lawyer Charles A. Lamberton

Harassers Flying Under the Radar: What is Considered Sexual Harassment at Work?
April 6, 2022
By: Charles Lamberton

Workplace Sexual Harassment Until very recently, sexual harassment  in the workplace was tolerated, joked about, and simply accepted. The term “sexual harassment” was not created until the mid-1970s. It did not become part of the Civil Rights Act until 1980 when new guidelines were added. Employers must now adhere to laws that protect employees against […]

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Cheating the Government – Whistleblowers and Corporate Fraud
April 3, 2022
By: Charles Lamberton

What are the laws protecting employees who blow the whistle on government fraud? The False Claims Act (FCA)  allows any person who discovers that a government contractor is defrauding the federal government to report it, and then to sue the wrongdoer, following specialized procedures, on behalf of the U.S. government. In general, the FCA covers fraud involving […]

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Unfairly Fired: What Qualifies as Wrongful Termination?
March 29, 2022
By: Charles Lamberton

The Great Resignation is a term used to describe the mass resignation of employees from their jobs. This is the nearly 3% of the American workforce that has chosen to leave their employment on their own accord. But you may be surprised to learn that there were an additional 1.4 million individuals who were either […]

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