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Rachel A. Sabo

Rachel A. Sabo

Ohio's Employment Lawyer
  • Employment Law
  • Ohio
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Summary

Rachel Sabo is a founding partner of The Friedmann Firm LLC. Rachel practices all aspects of employment law throughout the state of Ohio. A Cleveland native, Rachel attended Cleveland State University where she received her Bachelor's degree in Journalism and Promotional Communication before attending Capital University Law School, where she received her J.D. In her spare time, Rachel enjoys traveling, fitness and spending time with friends and family. Rachel manages a large docket of cases and assists clients with claims involving discrimination, wage and hour issues, unpaid overtime, FMLA issues and harassment. Rachel is skilled at negotiating severance packages for employees and applies her legal expertise to obtain the best possible outcome in every situation.

Practice Area
  • Employment Law
Fees
  • Free Consultation
    Free consultations are typically done by phone.
  • Contingent Fees
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Hourly rate is $175/hour.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Ohio
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Professional Experience
Member
Columbus Bar Association
Current
Networking Chair
Women Lawyers of Franklin County
Current
Spring Gala Coordinator
Junior League of Columbus
Current
Education
Capital University Law School
J.D. (2012)
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Honors: Best Oralist, Fall National Moot Court Team
Activities: Mock Trial, National Moot Court Team
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Websites & Blogs
Website
The Friedmann Firm: An Ohio Employment Law Firm
Legal Answers
7 Questions Answered

Q. i felt i was wrongfuly terminated from my job on march 18 2015. i dont know who to turn to for help. please help
A: Why were you terminated?
Q. I was fired from a job (OH). After, I applied for unemployment, and it was deemed I was fired without just cause.
A: Why were you terminated? The "just cause" standard is just the standard to receive Unemployment Compensation. It typically has no bearing on whether there is a legal violation.
Q. Is an employer required to pay me for Unused accrued vacation time?
A: It depends on the employer's policy. If the employer has a written policy that says they will pay out accrued vacation time upon termination or resignation, you should be paid. In the absence of that, the employer does not have to pay you the accrued vacation time.
Q. I have been off of work for nearly 3 weeks for medical reasons. My employer is now letting me go? Can they do that?
A: If you are not eligible for FMLA leave, which it sounds like you are not because you've only been there less than 90 days, your employer can likely let you go if you have absences, even if you have a doctor's note. FMLA protects your job for up to 12 weeks. I'd recommend going back when you feel better, even if it means repeating the 90-day probationary period.
Q. I haven't received payment and payday was last week im thinking about pursuing in legal matters what should i do
A: In Ohio, your employer has 30 days to pay you. If you still have not received payment after 30 days, you may want to call and employment attorney or pursue it in small claims court.
Q. Can my job let me go even the I have Dr excuses and tried coming back in sick n got let go is that legal
A: Were you eligible for FMLA?
Q. Is there a type of leave I can apply for? I've been at my new job for three months and have a chronic illness.
A: How long have you been working for the company and are you eligible for FMLA?
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1457 South High Street
Columbus, OH 43207
USA
Telephone: (614) 610-9755