Are Florida Employers Liable For Discrimination Or Harassment Claims w/ Less Than 15 Employees?



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https://lawyerfightsforyou.com/are-florida-employers-liable-for-discrimination-or-harassment-claims-with-less-than-15-employees/ (Orlando, Florida) (Winter Haven, Florida) In this video Bloodworth Law partner and employment litigation attorney J. Kemp Brinson shares his insights on a common issue faced by employers regarding harassment or discrimination claims in Florida workplaces.

Are Florida employers liable for discrimination or harassment claims with less than 15 employees?

The short answer is yes, but the long answer is that there are two pieces of this puzzle, Kemp said.

The bottom line is that you can’t assume as an employer that you have nothing to worry about if you have less than 15 employees.

Attorney L. Reed Bloodworth, the Managing Partner of Bloodworth Law, PLLC, represents plaintiffs and defendants in cases including:

Trust Litigation:
o Trustee Defense
o Breach of Fiduciary Duty
o Undue Influence
o Lack of Capacity
o Accounting Actions
o Tortious Interference with a Testamentary Expectancy

Estate or Probate Litigation:
o Defense of Personal Representatives
o Breach of Fiduciary Duty
o Undue Influence
o Lack of Capacity
o Accounting Actions
o Tortious Interference with a Testamentary Expectancy

Business & Commercial Litigation:
o Breach of Contract
o Business Torts
o Shareholder & Partnerships
o Breach of Fiduciary Duty
o Real Estate Litigation
o Negligent/Fraudulent Misrepresentation

Employment Law
o Non-Compete Agreements
o Discrimination
o Harassment
o Overtime
o Hourly Wages
o Business Policies

Estate Planning:
o Preparation of Wills
o Preparation of Trusts
o Preparation of Living Will
o Preparation of Living Trust
o Powers of Attorney
o Advance Health Care Directives
o Guardianship

Personal Injury Protection Litigation
o For doctors
o For dentists
o For hospitals
o For medical providers

Mediation
o For families, businesses, and individuals

Reed has practiced Florida law since 2004 and has handled hundreds of cases for clients across Florida in cities including:

• Atlantic Beach
• Belle Isle
• Cooper City
• Daytona Beach
• Fort Meyers
• Fort Lauderdale
• Isleworth
• Jacksonville
• Kissimmee
• Lakeland
• Lake Mary
• Longboat Key
• Naples
• North Palm Beach
• Orlando
• Palm Beach
• Parkland
• Sanibel
• Satellite Beach
• St. Augustine
• St. Petersburg
• Sarasota
• Tampa
• Tavares
• The Villages
• Windermere
• Winter Haven
• Winter Park
• West Palm Beach

To learn more about Bloodworth Law, visit https://LawyerFightsForYou.com

Call the office for an appointment with an attorney at 407-777-8541.

Bloodworth Law is located at 801 N Magnolia Ave, Suite 216, Orlando, Florida, 32803. The office in Winter Haven, Florida, 33880, holds meetings By Appointment Only.
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