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Pennsylvania Court Addresses Individual Liability Under COBRA (and How to Avoid it)

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    Pennsylvania Court Addresses Individual Liability Under COBRA (and How to Avoid it)

    By Micah T. Saul on May 23, 2018 09:00 am

    With increasing frequency, when employees sue their employer or former employer, they also name individual managers or the company’s owners as defendants in their suit.  Under federal EEO laws (e.g. Title VII, ADA, ADEA), individuals generally cannot be held liable for acts of discrimination.  However, employment laws such as the FMLA, FLSA and the Pennsylvania...

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