In a BLR webinar presentation entitled ‘Payroll: How to Legally Handle Tax Levies and Garnishments’, Attorneys Clint Robison and Amy Jensen discuss the Consumer Credit Protection Act (CCPA) and how the act handles wage garnishments related to employee termination.
- The CCPA prohibits employers from terminating employees whose earnings are subject to garnishment for any one debt
- The CCPA does not prohibit discharge where there are two or more debts at issue
Clint Robison is a highly regarded employment attorney providing counseling and litigation services to public and private companies. He is a partner in the Los Angeles Hinshaw & Culbertson office. Clint Robinson can be reached at email@example.com. Amy Jensen is a senior employment attorney in the firm's Los Angeles Office, who provides counseling and litigation services to a variety of companies, including restaurant, retail, manufacturing, and financial companies. Amy Jensen can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. More information about the law firm can be located at www.hinshawlaw.com.