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Michigan Supreme Court strikes down "altruistic motive" requirement in Whistleblower cases

The Michigan Supreme Court held on Wednesday that a whistleblower does not need to have an “altruistic motive” to be protected by The Whistleblowers’ Protection Act (WPA). The Court stated: ” . . . a plaintiff’s motivati… Read More
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Fett & Fields, P.C. Class Action Lawsuit Challenges Gender Discrimination By State of Michigan

Class Action Discrimination Lawsuit. Plaintiff Tom Nowacki is a male Corrections Officer employed by Defendant State of Michigan Department of Corrections at its Women’s Huron Valley Correctional Facility (“WHV”), the only prison in… Read More
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What type of fee agreements does Fett & Fields, P.C. offer?

Most of our prospective clients require employment lawsuits to rectify or at least address adverse employment actions. Such adverse employment actions are usually termination, demotion, denial of promotion, severe or pervasive harassment based on an… Read More
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How does Fett & Fields review cases?

Fett & Fields, P.C. has designed our intake process based on the assumption that most prospective clients are, or will soon be, financially strapped because of their employer’s actions (e.g. they have been fired, demoted, etc.). We therefor… Read More
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