Natalie Koss, Esq., has won a $2.8 million arbitration award for her client, who was a high-performing technology salesperson in Federal sector sales. The award is for employment discrimination that the employee experienced when he tried to take parental leave at a publicly traded company in Maryland. According to the award, the employer is liable for interfering with the employee’s rights under the Family and Medical Leave Act and then retaliating against him when he tried to take parental leave. You can read about the decision here.
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