A team of lawyer, comprising of:
Carter Nickel, Mary Dime, Andrew Quarter, Arthur Halfpence, Donald Buckster, Steven Twobill
This case featured an African American Nurse subjected to a Mandatory unpaid Overtime at work and a Hostile Work Environment.
She reported the organization and has been targeted against.
Our firm fought that unlawful retaliation
Result: We’ve achieved a verdict in the client’s favor.
As a part of our lengthy effort to help Ms. Monaghan, our team of lawyers went through roughly 6 stages in working on a case:
Just as usually with our legal practice, this case has proven once again that the hard work our team does will always pay off with a positive verdict!
As usually, at first we were just going through the case, seeing all of the details that might have had an importance for the further court hearing.
Ms. Monaghan has provided us with all the basic details about both the case, witnesses, documents and the company in general…
A logical next step was to confidentially put everything that Ms. Monaghan has told us so far to a check and a cross-examination for the details’ confirmation.
We did so by working with her former and current colleagues and the company’s managers featuring in the case.
As we proceeded through all the fact-checking and company’s examination, the representatives of the firm where Ms. Monaghan has previously worked reached out to us to negotiate a settlement offer.
We recommended our client on rejecting it, as the terms of the offer were not adequate compared to the moral and factual damage inflicted…
After rejecting an insufficient settlement offer, we’ve been preparing the case and our client for the court hearings.
One important part of that process has been to prepare for the jury which would preside over the verdict. As we’ve assessed the jury, we came to a conclusion that it will be favorable to our client’s cause…
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