RESULTS & TESTIMONIALS
Below is a sampling of some of the cases that the lawyers at Fabian May & Anderson, PLLP have successfully resolved for our clients.
U.S. Water v. Carter
Dismissal and change of venue of employer’s lawsuit for breach of a non-compete agreement against client/employee.
Without Fabian May & Anderson, I would have lost my job. I had issues when I returned from maternity leave, and my lawyer was able to help me take action when I wasn’t sure what my options even were.
Tayson v. Ramsey County and Sheriff Bob Fletcher
Settlement of $82,000 arising out of employment defamation.
Powell v. MVE, 626 N.W.2d 451 (Minn. Ct. App. 2001)
$3.5 million judgment for breach of an oral contract.
Lockridge v. Ulti Max Direct
Trial judgment of $104,000 for sexual harassment.
JEM v. Cohen
Trial judgment of $125,000 against employer for disability discrimination and enforcement of the judgment against employer’s officer.
Cline v. Clay County, U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota, Court File No. 01
2239 MJD/RLE – $1.5 million settlement for female deputy who was sexually harassed and assaulted by county sheriff.
Sweeter v. Fulgham
Trial judgment for punitive damages of $190,000 arising from employer’s retaliation against employee for filing workers’ compensation claim.
Shockency and Moore v. Ramsey County and Sheriff Bob Fletcher, 493 F.3d 941 (8th Cir. 2007)
$750,000.00 settlement for two sheriff’s deputies who were retaliated against for campaigning against Sheriff Bob Fletcher.
Jack Lee v. Heritage Millwork
Obtained $315,000 for minority shareholder who was unfairly forced out of his company.
Cousineau v. Norstan, Inc., 322 F.3d 493 (8th Cir. 2003)
Obtained $699,000 judgement against employer in unpaid commissions, attorneys’ fees, statutory penalties and prejudgment interest for salesman/employee.
Oleatha Curtis v. City of St. Paul
Substantial settlement for client arising out of claim for workplace sexual harassment.
Sherburne v. City of Big Lake, Court File No. 07-cv-04161 (D. Minn. 2007)
$100,000 settlement and continued employment for police officer who was retaliated against by police chief for reporting illegal department practices in violation of Minnesota’s whistleblower statute, for violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act, for violations of the Family Medical Leave Act and other Constitutional violations.
I was nervous the first time I met with my lawyer at FMAL, but I knew I had to do something about my situation at work. My lawyer was so patient, and explained everything clearly. I’d recommend them to anyone in a similar situation.
Zum Berge v. NSP
Trial judgment of $1 million on stray voltage claim.
Woodland Container v. Smith
Trial judgment defeating employer’s claim for unfair business practices and usurpation of trade secrets and business opportunities.
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