Advantages and Disadvantages of State and federal Courts in Employment Litigation

Some experts believe that federal court judges are generally more highly regarded for their legal skills than state judges and that litigants are often able to obtain a trial quicker in federal court. However, if a dispute is with an employer located within your state, you may not be able to file a lawsuit in federal court unless you are asserting a discrimination charge or other matter dealing with federal laws (such as a wage and hour or overtime violation). Conversely, if you are being sued, it may be advantageous to keep the case in a state court to "slow down" its progress. 23945 Calabasas Rd. Suite 106, Calabasas, CA 91302 818-222-4572
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