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January 2019 Archives

Dealer protections afforded by West Virginia's Lemon Law

Most assume that Lemon Laws only offer protection to consumers. Yet what about your role in the auto-buying process as an auto dealer? Being associated with a Lemon Law case can cause damage to your reputation, when in reality, you and your dealership may have played no role in the matter. You might also find that auto manufacturers may try to limit their own liability in such cases by deflecting the blame to you. Many in your same position have come to us here at The Grubb Law Group questioning exactly what their responsibilities are in a Lemon Law case. 

Are you an at-will employee?

You go to work in Charleston every day confident that you the only way you could lose your job would be if you give your employer a reason to fire. So if you are approached out-of-the-blue with news that you are fired, your confusion is understandable. Can an employer really fire its employees for no good reason? Surprisingly, the answer to that question is yes, thanks to the at-will employment doctrine. 

Debit card issues prompt class action lawsuit

Class action lawsuits may allow people in Charleston (as well as throughout the country, for that matter) who have common complaints to initiate a single shared action against a defendant. Some may view the multiple nature of such lawsuits as implying that they are only available to groups with several plaintiffs. In reality, all that needs to exist is a shared grievance, even if it is only shared between two people. 

Should I date a co-worker?

It’s not uncommon for people to spend a majority of their day at their place of work. As a result, it can be easy to enter into workplace romances, which can have a detrimental effect on a person’s career or even lead to sexual harassment claims. While it’s not legally forbidden to date a co-worker, Forbes recommends keeping the following points in mind before moving forward.

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