Each day judges make decisions that can positively or negatively affect an individuals life. Judges who work in civil courts make decisions that can cost one party money. Those who work in criminal courts can send individuals to jail, cost them their jobs, or negatively impact their day-to-day life. In most court cases, a judge must side with one party or the other. In short, there are many people who leave a court room angry with a judge, however, many often wonder whether they can sue a judge. If you feel a judge was bias during the course of a trial, you may be wondering if suing the judge is an option. The answer isn't simple, in most cases, no judges can not be sued, but there are certain circumstances in which judges can be held responsible for unjust actions.Can You Sue a Judge?
In most cases, no, you cannot sue a judge. Generally speaking, judges are protected by a doctrine c…
Unfair labor practices are laid out in the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) and concern a set of unlawful actions that employers and labor unions can be prosecuted for.
Refusing to bargain or hear arguments from a labor union, for instance, is an unlawful action for an employer to take against his or her employees.
National Labor Relations Act
Section eight of the National Labor Relations Act delineates unfair labor practices that employers or labor unions sometimes engage in.
If, for instance, an employer attempts to disrupt the forming or administration of a labor union, then that employer might open himself up to investigation by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), which enforces the National Labor Relations Act and protects workers' rights.
Drug testing has become a regular part of the screening process for many different jobs. In some professions, specifically those in the safety-industry, namely transportation, law enforcement, or any job that requires you to drive on company time, the employer can ask for random drug tests at any time without notice. According to a recent study, about 71% of employers conducted some form of pre-screening drug tests before hiring an employee. Only 29% responded that they had absolutely no drug testing done prior to hiring an employee, or during their employment. Because drug screening is such a regular part of the employment process, it is necessary to know your rights, as a potential employee when it comes to drug testing.
What are the Rules Regarding Pre-screening Drug Tests?
Specific rules and regulations for drug testing may vary from state to state, but the majority of states agree t…