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Donna M. Ballman, P.A.
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Employee-side Florida Employment Law Firm With Over 25 Years' Experience
Employee-side Florida Employment Law Firm With Over 25 Years' Experience

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I'm quoted in this article about laying people off with dignity
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I need your help. There's only one more week to vote for your favorite blogs in the American Bar Association's Blawg 100. My blog, Screw You Guys, I'm Going Home, has been named one of the top 100 legal blogs for the 4th year. Now they want your vote for the top blog in each category. Please take one minute to register and vote for Screw You Guys, I'm Going Home in the Labor and Employment category. Thanks!
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My latest blog post is about states that have laws protecting employees who are domestic violence victims
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I'm quoted in this article about whether losing your health insurance for a short time will get you fined
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In my latest AOL Jobs column I answer a reader question about being forced to commute to get a paycheck.
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My latest column at AOL Jobs answers this reader question about what to do if you didn't keep a copy of your noncompete agreement (which you should always do)
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In light of the snowstorm hitting the Northeast and Midwest, I thought I'd talk about whether you have to be paid if your office is closed due to a blizzard.
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Readers were skeptical when I wrote that the 1st Amendment doesn't protect Phil Robertson's Duck Dynasty. Some were outraged, even angry. Here's my response. ( Bonus: excerpts from the comments - worth reading)
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My take on the employment law implications of the Duck Dynasty debacle caused quite a stir over at AOL Jobs. Many of the almost 2000 readers commenting still don't believe there's no right to free speech at work. I'll do a follow up piece next week.
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My latest AOL Jobs article is about what employers are allowed to say in references. You might be surprised.
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