From what you've explained about the conspired account leading up to the termination process an Employment Atty would convince jurors in a civil case which holds a a lesser amount of Preponderance that you were targeted and they are negligent. I have always known that whenever a civil complaint has been filed asking for an astronomical amount of relief 90% settle out of court. That's why I love suing these Corporate Greed firms. Good luck.
From what you've explained about the conspired account leading up to the termination process an Employment Atty... see more
Don't sweep this under the rug Sir. I have done a lot of work and research and everything points toward a good case. You have the upper hand because I have sued for frivolous reasons and Corporations don't want to chance it to a very convincing Atty convincing jurors who has been there or know someone who has been wronged by these Cold-blooded and Heartless Elitist who prey upon the forgotten man or woman at the bottom of the economic pyramid. They will settle out of court believe me.
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Use the Fake Media to also Pretrial expose them to potential jurors even if they ask for a Change of Venue.
If you had been an employee for more than one year, and the company employs more than 50. Then you are covered under the Federal Law of FMLA. However one of the rules with this law, is if an employee had to take time off to take care of their own serious medical condition. When they come back to work. The company does not have to give them their old job back.
As long as the company gives them another job back in the same pay rate, and skill set they have met the legal requirements.
The key with your situation is did they train you on the new position they transferred you into. Because if they did not, this is your avenue to get with your labor board first. Because lawyers do not touch until they hear what the labor board has to say. Also I am hopeful when you returned to work you were still considered under Dr's care, because if you were. Again that is a strike against them.
Good Luck, I agree do not let this just go. Just another case of showing how so many businesses do so many things morally wrong.
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That is terrible! You may have to sue. Ask an attorney.