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Why is legislation / employment law important in upholding and protecting the rights of BOTH employer/employee?

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Because the rights of both employer and employee are important and require protection.
Often the bargain between an employer and his employees is not an equal one with the employer having greater power.
This is certainly true since the erosion of the power of the trades unions.

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Our basic judge made law came from the English common law. The rights provided by federal and state employment statute did not exist at common law.

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The answer to this question is dependent on where the conviction occurred and whether that jurisdiction has restoration of civil rights, including the right to carry a firearm. If the state has restoration available and the person convicted of a felony has had their rights restored, including the right to possess a firearm, then even federal law contains an exception that allows them to possess a gun. If they have not had their rights fully restored, then possessing a firearm may violate the law of the state, and definitely will be a violation of 18 U.S.C. Section 922(g)(1) if the firearm moved in interstate commerce.

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