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U-M hospital exec says she was fired for study on treatment of blacks

  ANN ARBOR, MI -When Dr. Carmen Green was called upon to lead the University of Michigan’s new Office of Health Equity and Inclusion, she got a troubling tip. Green claims a U-M Health System chaplain told her it appeared staff was calling ho… Read More
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Breach of employment, stock rights case arbitrated

Record had deposition excerpts with admissions from company president $1,572,626 In this action for breach of employment and stock rights agreements, the parties entered into an employment contract and claimant argued, a poorly written stock rights a… Read More
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U-Michigan settles lawsuit over firing for $375,000

ANN ARBOR, MICH. (AP) – An administrator who said she was illegally fired after raising questions about racial profiling at University of Michigan hospitals settled her lawsuit for $375,000. The deal between the university and Dr. Carmen Green was… Read More
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The Michigan State Police Should Not be Bullied into Violating the State and Federal Constitution For the Sake of “Diversity”

Jim drafted the response below and submitted to the Detroit Free Press on March 24, 2015.  The Free Press article, “Diversity Disappearing from State Police Ranks,”   recounts the experience of retired Michigan State Police (“MSP”) Captai… Read More
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Interview by Chanel 7 News (WXYZ Detroit)

Bryan was recently interviewed by Chanel 7 News (WXYZ Detroit) regarding our client who is a Police Officer with the Romulus Police Department. In early October of 2014, Romulus Police Department apprehended a suspect for breaking a window and causi… Read More
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Mediation Panel

On February 11th, 2015, Jim was invited to serve as a panel member at an event hosted by The Alternative Dispute Resolution Committees of the Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw, and Genesee County Bar Associations. Jim, along with three other attorneys, disc… Read More
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Lawyer a Fullback for Clients

James K. Fett charges forward to pursue special affirmative action cases By: Liz Cobbs, staff reporter, The Ann Arbor News James K. Fett took on his first employment discrimination case one year after graduating from the University of Michigan Law Sc… Read More
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Road Commission Worker Wins Racial Harassment Suit

Ingham County jury awards $1.3 million to Stockbridge man By: Tim Martin, Lansing State Journal Joe Pena says he put up with racial slurs almost every workday for a decade before he sued his employer, the Ingham County Road Commission. He hoped his… Read More
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Jury Awards Damages For Harassment

Parking referee winds it charging that city of Ann Arbor retaliated for sexual harassment complaints By: Liz Cobbs, News Staff Reporter, The Ann Arbor News (Reporter Sheena Abercrombie contributed to this report.) Lois McWherter’s lawsuit again… Read More
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Fett & Fields Case Featured on Channel 7 News

Jim Fett and client Simone Calvas were recently featured in an investigative report by Detroit WXYZ Channel 7’s Bill Proctor. The report, which aired on Tuesday, Feb 1st, is just the latest in a string of the firm’s high profile cases fea… Read More
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