What do you do when your boss, human resources, employee relations, and the legal department have aligned against you? How do you turn the tables at work? When you’ve been targeted at work you need the Walking Papers. Drawing on a wealth of experience, much learned from his time on the dark side (representing employers), North Carolina attorney Josh Van Kampen, of Van Kampen Law is here to provide practical advice for people who are on the wrong side of a situation at work. We will discuss the pitfalls to avoid and countermeasures to deploy that may save your job or put you in the best position to negotiate a favorable settlement. Van Kampen Law is only one of a small handful of employment lawyers in North Carolina that exclusively practice plaintiff-side employment law. Based out of Charlotte, NC, Van Kampen Law combats discrimination, providing representation to victims of employment discrimination and sexual harassment from the factory floor to the board room. To find out more or schedule a consultation, visit www.ncemploymentattorneys.com or better yet, call 704 247-3245 for a free initial intake interview with our experienced NC employment law attorneys. Until we have a chance to speak, keep your head up and wits about you.
Am I Eligible For Unemployment Benefits During COVID-19?
The economic relief efforts surrounding COIVID-19 have left many terminated and furloughed employees feeling anxious and confused. We’re here to help. After listening to this episode you’ll know the ins and outs of Unemployment Benefits in North Carolina during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode of The Walking Papers, Van Kampen Law attorney Lana Tigri discusses eligibility requirements for unemployment benefits, what can disqualify an applicant, how the appeal process works, and frequently asked questions regarding COVID-19 and unemployment benefits.
Quid Pro Quo Clarice - Will Workers Compensation Insurance Carriers or Short Term/Long Term Disability Insurers Have Your Back if You Contract COVID-19?
In this episode of Walking Papers, attorney Josh Van Kampen of Van Kampen Law explains quid pro quos on employee benefits and which can be used in relation to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Families First Coronavirus Response Act – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
In this episode of Walking Papers, attorney Josh Van Kampen of Van Kampen Law dives deep into the FFCRA to give an understanding of what rights are protected and gaps that need to addressed in the context of employment.
The Price is Right – What Can You Recover If You Win Your Wrongful Termination Case?
In this episode of Walking Papers, attorney Josh Van Kampen of Van Kampen Law discusses wrongful termination damages and what lawyers typically deal with in cases like this. There are different types of damages that you can seek to recover, and Attorney Van Kampen refers to these as buckets.
These are Not the Droids (I Mean Severance Packages) You’re Looking For, Jedi Mind Tricks for Enhancing Severance Offers
In this episode of Walking Papers, attorney Josh Van Kampen of Van Kampen Law dives deep into severance packages. He discusses the usual inclusions and the different laws that cover it, such as the Employment Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA)
Your Employment Rights During the Apocalypse – Your Job Protections During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic
The world is facing a global crisis as the World Health Organization has declared the Coronavirus disease a pandemic. Besides it affecting the health sector, it has great impacts on the economic industry, with countries in enforcing lockdown measures, and businesses suffering greatly because of these. There is also rampant speculation and misinformation going around, particularly in workplaces that have caused confusion among employees and employers alike.
In this episode of Walking Papers, attorney Josh Van Kampen of Van Kampen Law discusses the various laws and regulations that are currently in place that can guide workers and businesses during this time. While there is no specific statute that addresses the Coronavirus, employees can refer to current laws in place.
One of which is the Occupational Safety Health Administration Act 02:49 which allows you to refuse to report to work if there is risk of imminent death or serious injury. Another is the Family Medical Leave Act, affording you protection and compensation when you decide to not report for work. 09:51
While there’s still a lot of gray area in terms of the law, it would be best to pay close attention to government announcements and interventions that would ultimately guide you to the best course with regards employment.
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For more information on how Van Kampen Law can help you, call 704-247-3245 or contact the us online by filling out our confidential online intake form (https://www.ncemploymentattorneys.com/client-intake-form/).
The Walking Papers is a bi-weekly podcast by Van Kampen Law, a plaintiff-side employment law firm based out of Charlotte, NC, This podcast aims to give listeners, who are on the wrong side of some sort of situation at work, practical advice on how to turn the tables on their employers. This podcast is just an educational resource. It does not constitute legal advice and is no substitute for consulting an employment attorney about your unique situation before making legal decisions. Visit our website for more online resources and videos at NCemploymentattorneys.com, or better yet, call (704) 247-3245 for a free initial intake interview so Van Kampen Law can evaluate your case.
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Great entertainment and informative.
Catchy titles, great content. He definitely has a lot of knowledge on the topics and makes it fun and easy to digest.
Great legal insights from a leader in employment law at Van Kampen
Very useful information for employees - helps to level the playing field. Thank youbVan Kampen
Put it in my library. Not sorry.