DO YOU NEED SOMEONE IN YOUR CORNER? LET ME BE YOUR ADVOCATE

BLOG

Nancy Gray

Are You Setting Yourself Up for a Retaliation Lawsuit?

Maybe you are an employee who suffered mistreatment at work, and you want to know what to do if your employer retaliated against you for filing a discrimination complaint with the EEOC. Or perhaps you are a CEO or a Human Resources (HR) executive who wants to do everything possible to avoid such lawsuits.
Read More
Nancy Gray

‘No Tipping’ Restaurant Settles in Wage Dispute with Workers

A ‘no tipping’ restaurant has settled a wage dispute with workers. In the custom of Europe and Asia, one of the minor trends in the American restaurant industry in recent years is the concept of the ‘no tipping’ restaurant. Purportedly, restaurant servers are paid higher wages or salaries, in lieu of tips, and menu prices reflect those higher wages.
Read More
Nancy Gray

Wal-Mart Customers ZIPping Mad Over ZIP Code Data

Wal-Mart customers are ZIPping mad over ZIP code data. In October 2013, Wal-Mart customers failed to convince U.S. District Court for the Central District of California Judge Manuel L. Real to certify their class, in a case involving Wal-Mart’s collection of customer names and addresses during credit card transactions.
Read More
Nancy Gray

Former Sports Agent Accused of Trade Secret Theft

A former sports agent stands accused of trade secret theft. A Texas employee trade secrets case is again making headlines as a former employee and owner of a prominent Dallas sports marketing company stand accused of lying to the local District Attorney.
Read More
Nancy Gray

Trader Joe’s Pretzels Make Maxim Marketing Thirsty

There is no doubt that Trader Joe’s Peanut Butter-filled Pretzels are a staple of the Monrovia, California-based retailer’s specialty snacks. Trader Joe’s has been carrying the pretzels for more than 25 years and counts them as one of the grocer’s most popular snack food items.
Read More