Employment Discrimination

Please direct this to Minnesota.

Hello. I'm writing because I filed a charge with the Minnesota Department of Human Rights approximately 1 1/2 years ago against an insurance company that owes me thousands of dollars worth of commission and wrote derogatory statements about me in the agency report.

The Minnesota Department of Human Rights has denied my claim stating that I do not have sufficient evidence for a discrimination charge because there are not enough witnesses.

Since I worked from home doesn't it make sense that my employers statements about me in the newsletter as well as the breech of contract should be enough to show that their treatment was unfair and criminal?

I hope to hear from you soon,

Douglas J Miller

1 answer  |  asked Jun 19, 2001 9:08 PM [EST]  |  applies to California

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Abraham Goldman
Employment Discrimination

Hello...looks like you moved from the North country to L.A.?

I don't see where discrimination fits in from your description.....but no doubt there are a lot of additional facts.

I have a California office, and a very good local counsel in Minnesota, with whom I am currently working on matters in Duluth and Minneapolis and Lake County. We can handle anything in any Minnesota venue.

I have represented over 200 clients in the past who have been cheated out of commissions...have several going right now. Call or email me, and I can send you my practice resume summarizing my 24 years of experience. Then, if you like, we can set up a telephone interview. I also am in L.A. on a regular basis.

Abraham Goldman
800 945 9446

posted by Abraham Goldman  |  Jun 20, 2001 11:32 AM [EST]

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