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Will i have a chance at winning in court again my employer?

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How hard is it to win a lawsuit on a verbal agreement?

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Civil lawsuit against employer

A:  Your post is too open ended for any meaningful response. You need to have a cause of action in order to sue. What is your cause of action? There's nothing that prevents someone from filing a civil lawsuit against an employer for any reason -- question is what the legal basis for the suit is, whether there are any statutory requirements for employee to first go another route (e.g., with a illegal discrimination suit, to first file a complaint with EEOC if he-she intends to file under federal discrimination statutes)....

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I feel that I was wrongfully terminated from employment. Who can best represent me to correct this injustice?

A:  An employment or labor law attorney (they're called different things in different states) with a wrongful termination lawsuit. You need a specialist here, just any attorney is not the way to go... Don't get stuck on this though, the laws in most states are not in your favor. If you to go 2-3 attorneys and none of them will take your case on a contingency basis (that is, without a large payment up-front) chances are that's a good indicator you don't have much chance of winning a lawsuit....

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Can someone file a lawsuit against you out of revenge?

A:  they had every right to do what they did.. i know i would and as of from what your saying again they can file a separate law suit for wrong full termination he is in deep doodoo any Judge with any common sense would know he filled in retaliation You cannot sue out of revenge. You can, however, sue over false charges. So if he can get the jury or the judge to believe that the charges were false, meaning that the employees were paid, then he would win the lawsuit. I believe the fired employees could have an action. However, Texas is an "employment at will state". Which means that an employer can terminate anyone at anytime for no reason at all. Yes, people file lawsuits for revenge...

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An Administrative Judge reversed the decision and ruled in my favor, do I have a lawsuit?

A:  all the judge determined is the employer could not document misconduct and therefore you are eligible for unemployment that has NOTHING to do with the legality of your termination..... unless you have a contract that is breached or are terminated for an illegal reason, discrimination, retaliation or taking part in a protected activity, there is NO such thing as ''wrongful termination''. your receiving unemployment has NO bearing on filing a civil clam for wrongful termination. I obviously don''t know your exact situation, but keep in mind that eligible for employment is not exactly the same thing as wrongful termination. You could certainly speak to an attorney but there are very specific instances where wrongful termination actually applies (usually discrimination...

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is this grounds for a lawsuit

A:  The supervisor was not obligated to keep it a secret. There's not even a whisper of grounds for a lawsuit in what you have posted. An employer ESPECIALLY is entitled to know if someone on their payroll has been jailed. Your post is VERY hard to folow (primarily because of your lack of normal sentence structure). "To the situation, employee tells supervisor i am late to work because i had to pick up my daughter from jail." Are you "employee" or did some OTHER employee tell your supervisor that this was why you were late? "Supervisor has mentioned this to an employee and word got around." Is this yet ANOTHER employee? The same employee mentioned in the prior sentence? "Out of embarassment,...

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Filing a lawsuit

A:  What kind of a lawsuit? . "Can I file a lawsuit against my employer by myself?" It's a truism that "anyone can sue anyone for anything". If you are suing for something simple and clearcut, and for less than $7,500, then you can sue in Small Claims Court, where you don't need a lawyer. (In fact you can't have one, by law) If the case is complex, or is for more than that, then you can sue in "regular" court where there is no limit on the amount you can recover, and lawyers are allowed. You still don't have to have a lawyer, but you need to remember that if you proceed without a lawyer, you'll be held to the same strict rules and procedures as a lawyer would...

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New Biz copying established Biz, is this legal?

A:  "Mike" <csdude...hotmail.com> wrote in message news:46cdc619.0311121031.60e7394b...posting.google.c om... Admittedly, that was what I was very afraid you were going to say. The fact is, I can swing the $400 if there''s a good chance that I would win a lawsuit, I just can''t afford to throw it away on nothing. I have invested a lot into my business (which was growing rapidly up until a month ago), and it is my only source of income, so I am willing to do anything I possibly can to defend it. But my bigger concern is, what kind of expense would I incur before it all ends? $400 is OK, but if the lawsuit were to turn into a larger case, $150/hour for...

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Maximize STD benefits or return to work?

A:  That question can probably be answered in a hundred different ways. I guess the simple answer is this: If you want to protect your health, take your doctor's advice. If you want to protect your case, take your lawyer's advice. Which is more important to you, your health or your case? For better comments, it would help to know what your disability is and what your lawsuit is about. "I recently filed a lawsuit against my employer naming three company officials in my lawsuit." You can name them as individuals, but to sue the company you need to name the company, and I trust you served the registered agent. "He seems to believe that to extend my leave will help my...