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Ask the Attorney: W-4 form errors and faulty FMLA

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We asked our expert lawyer to answers a few HR professionals’ employment law questions.

Nancy Delogu is a Washington, D.C.-based attorney with Littler Mendelson, the nation’s largest employment law firm. Nancy has extensive experience defending employers in employment disputes before federal and state courts on a variety of workplace issues, including harassment, discrimination, overtime, privacy and disability issues.

Are we on the hook for this error on an employee's W-4 form?

Q: “We have an employee who is very upset because her W-4 form had been filled out incorrectly, claiming three dependents when she actually has none. The employee is claiming that the HR specialist (who is no longer working for us) filled out this information (and it does look like her handwriting). This employee has now resigned because she is so upset and I’m worried about where we stand legally regarding this?” – Anonymous, Pennsy...(register to read more)

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