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Category: Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Workplace Fairness Law in Minnesota – the Basics. Here’s a quick primer on workplace fairness in Minnesota. Unfortunately, there’s no state or federal law mandating
Wrongful Termination in Minneapolis Minnesota is an “at-will” employment state and Minneapolis is an “at will” employment city. That means that your employer can fire you
A Riviera Beach, Florida police officer in now on paid administrative leave after a video recorded on a mobile phone showed him confronting a disabled U.S. Army veteran
Honeywell is defending itself from a federal disability discrimination and genetic information lawsuit filed by the EEOC. According to the allegations made by the EEOC
Early last month, a federal jury in the Southern District of Iowa awarded a $240 million verdict to 32 mentally disabled men that suffered through
On May 7, the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) brought (and quickly settled) its very first case under the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act
In November 2012, Madia Law sued a Twin Cities accounting firm on behalf of a learning disabled accountant. The young accountant, who has suffered from
After a two week trial, a Carver County jury awarded Madia law client Dr. Sam Deweese nearly $1.3M in damages from his former clinic. Dr.
As published in the Harvard Law & Policy Review, Kevin M. Clermont & Stewart J. Schwab observed that from 1979-2006, plaintiffs bringing employment law matters (discrimination, wrongful termination, etc)
Dear Friends, It’s been 3 years since Madia Law opened and I’m very grateful for the opportunities I’ve had to represent so many good and
Wandersee v. Farmers State Bank (D. Minn. 2012): A federal district court in Minnesota denied summary judgment to Farmers State Bank in a disability discrimination
Oct. 2011: Madia Law defeats Fortune 100 company’s summary judgment motion; settles case on behalf of disabled facilities worker
“Jill” (name changed for confidentiality) worked at a large corporation for nearly twenty years as a maintenance worker and excelled. However, she injured her back