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MARJ627

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  1. The employer presented it to the court and the court believed it. Thus, loosing my discrimination case.
  2. My former employer alleged that I was terminated because of poor performance after I have made my complaint to the Commission on Human Rights.. I could prove that my performance was not poor at all. As a matter of fact, my supervisor told me that I was doing an "excellent job" and my evaluation would not show that my performance was poor. Do I have a valid case of defamation against my former employer or against their counsel or against the specific individual?
  3. My former employer alleged that I was terminated because of poor performance after I have made my complaint to the Commission on Human Rights.. I could prove that my performance was not poor at all. As a matter of fact, my supervisor told me that I was doing an "excellent job" and my evaluation would not show that my performance was poor. Do I have a valid case of defamation against my former employer or against their counsel or against the specific individual?
  4. I filed a case against my former employer for discrimination. The district court granted the company's summary judgment motion despite of genuine issues existence. I appealed the judgment but the circuit court affirmed the judgment and mandated it. The district court granted the costs. I appealed because the district court granted the motion for cost. In this new appeal, i implicated that the grant of summary judgment was improper because of the genuine issues, and that the granting of cost is unjust. What should I expect from the circuit court's decision to be in my favor?
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