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Employment Law and Agency


Intentional discrimination against a member of a protected class.
Job functions whose removal would fundamentally change the nature of the job.
Actual authority given by a principal to an agent to perform duties or carry out functions on behalf of the principal.
Discrimination against a majority group.
Harassing actions that are so severe and pervasive that they alter the conditions of one’s employment.
The practice of grading employment-related tests or qualifications differently, based on the race of the candidate or applicant.
Requires a principal, agent, consent between parties, the principal's ability or right to control the actions of the agent, and a fiduciary relationship from the agent to the principal.
Any requested reasonable change in the work environment of a disabled person that would permit that person to perform the essential functions of his or her job.
Any adverse employment action taken against an employee who has filed, or is contemplating filing, charges of illegal discrimination.
Actions that are reasonable and necessary to perform duties.
A driver who owns a vehicle used to earn a living.
Workers, not in an agency relationship with their employers, who offer their services to the general public and have the right to control or direct only the result of the work, not how it will be done.
Any person or entity that is authorized to act on behalf of a principal with a third party, under the control and for the benefit of the principal.
Area of law dealing with situations where a person is authorized to act on behalf of another person to create transactions on behalf of that person.