Charles J. Cochran, Jr. | December 21, 2012
I would like to take this opportunity to welcome everyone to these articles which explore the very wide range of labor and employment and seek to include, to a certain extent, the overlapping field of workers compensation.
Charles J. Cochran, Jr. | November 3, 2009
When an employer is considering the termination of an employee one of the strongest tools which he has in his arsenal is taking the time to make a well informed decision which considers all of the ramifications of the action.
Charles J. Cochran, Jr. | July 16, 2009
Unless you can look at the particular circumstances and clearly understand the reasons for your termination you are probably wondering why you lost your job. In many instances your job and what you do helped to define you as they make up a substantial amount of your life and the job provides you a means […]
Charles J. Cochran, Jr. | April 12, 2009
An Employer must have access to the advice of an Attorney who is well trained in the field of Labor and Employment Law or risk severe repurcussions.
Charles J. Cochran, Jr. | March 18, 2009
The 2008 Amendments to the Americans with Disabilities Act place a heavy burden upon the employer when they are required to almost prove the absence of a disability upon actual or constructive notice that an employee has one.
Charles J. Cochran, Jr. | March 5, 2009
The benefits and obligations to both the Contractor and Independent Contractor in the Independent Contractor relationship.
Charles J. Cochran, Jr. | February 21, 2009
Employment Law and Employee performance evaluations.