Former Lee County Animal Services employees Glenn Johnson and Donna Ward, were reinstated to there job positions with Lee County in a huge victory in their whistleblowers case for wrongful termination. Lee County Circuit Court Judge Elizabeth Krier ruled in an 8-page Order that both Donna Ward and Glenn Johnson, former animal services […]Read More
In Florida, an at-will employee is one whose employment has no specified term and who may be terminated at the will of either party, with or without cause and with or without notice. However, an employer is not permitted to terminate an employee in violation of a state or federal […]Read More
Florida and federal laws govern the rights and obligations of workers and employers in the state. Several Florida laws codify federal regulations. However, conflicts in the statutes can create confusion about which law applies to a given employment circumstance. When a dispute arises, a litigant may consider whether the state or federal forum is most favorable.Read More
About Florida Whistleblower Laws Insights into Whistleblower Rights and Obligations Employees are in a unique position to know what is happening at a business. For this reason, the government encourages employees who have information about wrongdoing to come forward. In some cases whistleblowers are entitled to money a government agency […]Read More
Jason Gunter settled a Public Sector Whistleblower case against the Lee County Government on behalf of his 7 clients. The settlement was approved by the Lee County Board of County Commissioners on March 5, 2013 as Lee County agreed to settle the Florida Public Sector Whistleblower case for nearly $500,000 […]Read More
BREAKING NEWS: Attorney Jason Gunter speaks with Fox4 News of Fort Myers and Cape Coral regarding Lee County Whistleblower case.Read More
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