Posts Tagged: whistleblower

The President May Change, But Employment Discrimination Law Largely Unaffected

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With the inauguration of a new President, some things will change; but much will stay the same, because of the limits on the power of the President to make changes to existing law without the consent of Congress. Regardless of the rhetoric, employees should know that protections against discrimination in the workplace do not change just because a different person is sitting in the White House or because the public dialogue may sound different. Under both federal and state law, workers are protected against discrimination based on age, disability, genetic information, national origin, race, color, religion, and gender (including pregnancy). New Jersey…

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Law Office of John Rue & Associates Investigates Possible Claims Against Wells Fargo

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John Rue & Associates (“JR&A”), a New Jersey civil rights law firm, is investigating potential claims involving possible wrongdoing by Wells Fargo and Prudential Life Insurance. Prudential offers insurance and related products worldwide. Wells Fargo and Prudential had a partnership to sell low-cost life insurance through Prudential to Wells Fargo customers, primarily under the name “MyTerm.” Wells Fargo recently admitted that thousands of its employees had created as many as two million unauthorized accounts for its customers. A New York Times article dated December 9, 2016 linked the Wells Fargo fraud to approximatel…

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