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On-screen children are delightful in many roles. And although it might be fun to see the way children contribute to a show, there are specific laws that apply to their involvement in the entertainment industry.

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Getting fired from a job can be incredibly upsetting. Losing a job can mean loss of critical income and benefits; it can also create a disruption in a person's employment history.

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When people think about employees and contractors, they often imagine people working in retail, driving an Uber or sitting in an office. However, being a professional athlete is also an occupation.

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Both federal and state laws prohibit employers from discriminating against someone because he or she is age 40 or older. This is prohibited at any point in the employment process.

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The Family Medical and Leave Act (FMLA) provides employees with the ability to take time off in the event of a serious health condition, either their own or that of a loved one. Employers cannot deny time off to eligible employees.

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When people think of discrimination in the workplace, they often think of situations like a person who doesn't get hired because of his or her race, age or gender. In other words, they think of discrimination against people who look a certain way.

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If you work in the sports or entertainment industries, signing documents typically comes with the territory, whether you are signing autographs or contracts.

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Elite and professional athletes are among the most revered figures in our culture. And it’s not just the talent and skill they bring to their sport; it’s also their passion.

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