Employer: At Will Employment FAQs

What does “at will” employment mean? A: It means you can keep your employees for however long you want. This means you can fire them for any reason or for no reason at all, so long as it’s not an unlawful or discriminatory reason, such as because of her age, sex, national origin, or disability. Similarly, the employee has the right to quit at any time, with or without notice. What is constructive discharge? A: It’s when an employee resigns or quits because an employer has created intolerable working conditions, or basically makes it impossible for the employee to...

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Donald B. Hallowes, Esq.

Donald B. Hallowes was awarded his Juris Doctor cum laude in 1989 from Capital Law School in Columbus, Ohio. While attending law school, Mr. Hallowes was awarded the American Jurisprudence Award for achieving the highest score in Estate and Gift Taxation. Mr. Hallowes article regarding Comprehensive General Liability Insurance Coverage of CERCLA Response Costs was also published by the Capital Law School Law Review in 1989. Also in 1989, Mr. Hallowes was admitted to practice law in the states of Ohio and Florida as well as to the federal court of the Southern District of Ohio. Mr. Hallowes...

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Mark J. Ebbeskotte, Esq.

Mark received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a major in Accounting from Bowling Green State University in 1985 and his Law degree from the University of Toledo in 1989. Throughout his legal studies and during his 20+ years of practice Mark has accumulated an extensive amount of legal knowledge. During law school Mark worked for the City of Toledo, Division of Taxation where he was involved with tax preparation, collection and litigation. After law school Mark worked in the tax department of Ernst & Young as a Tax Consultant advising clients on corporate and...

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