Blogs containing the tag 'Retaliatory Discharge'
Retaliatory discharge is when your employer terminates you for engaging in protected activity.
The tort of retaliatory discharge has been around for decades in New Mexico.
Suprisingly however, little guidance for New Mexico practitioners exists on acceptable methods of proving circumstantial cases alleging an employer discharged an employee in violation of public policy. Claims of retaliation under federal statute such as Title VII and ... Continue Reading
False Light Invasion of Privacy
Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 27
History and Purpose of the NMHRA
Independent Contractor Versus Employee Classification
Loss of Consortium In New Mexico
Malicious Abuse of Process and The Litigation Privilege
New Investigation Into Costco Tiffany Rings
New Mexico Tort Claims Act
Parental Liability For Torts Of Minor Children