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Old October 29, 2011, 12:06 PM   #97
Glenn E. Meyer
Join Date: November 17, 2000
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Suing your employer sounds dandy after you are fired but:

1. Who is paying your lawyer? Will a lawyer take your case on contingency?

Probably not - the big bucks are in large class action suits.

2. Your company has resources to keep you in court for quite a long time. Who is paying the bills then? You have to eat. Who will hire you in the mean time?

If you make money on another job - your damages are limited to the little time you are out of work. Not much to go on.

We've talked about the lawsuit threat before - it is not an easy road as nonlawyers speculate. That's why we had our lawyer members analyze the threat. Look at the time and energy in the Walmart gender discrimination cases.

You going to take on a large company by yourself?

Nope - again - the solution is legislative action.
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