Saint Cloud Employment Discrimination Lawyer, Minnesota

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Includes: Affirmative Action, Age Discrimination, Sex Discrimination

Betsey Lynne Lund

Real Estate, Employment Discrimination, Family Law, Business & Trade
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  12 Years

Thomas G Jovanovich

Litigation, Agriculture, State Government, Employment Discrimination
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  45 Years

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Bahr v. Capella University

... slowly" in the review process to "minimize the performance issues raised" in the review and to allow the legal department to review LA's performance review before showing it to LA All of these actions benefited LA Generally, to prevail on an employment discrimination claim, the ...

Monson v. Rochester Athletic Club

... When appellants clarified that their claims were also asserted under a disparate-impact theory, respondents argued that the disparate-impact theory is not available under the MHRA for claims arising outside the context of employment discrimination. ...

Frieler v. Carlson Marketing Group, Inc.

... First, we agree with the Supreme Court's reasoning and conclude that a strict liability standard in all cases of supervisor harassment would be contrary to the MHRA's express policy of "secur[ing] for persons in this state, freedom from discrimination: (1) in employment because of ...