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Daniel Patrick O'Neil
Boating & RV Accidents
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Employment Rights Discrimination
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Medical Malpractice Claims
Recreational & RV Injuries
Trial lawyers specializing in personal injury and civil litigation
Court of Appeals reinstates woman's injury claim after judge suggested "no serious impairment." She can correct erroneous testimony about medical billing status
Court holds Fair Labor Standards Act does not apply to salaried trainer earning $35,000.00; he is ineligible for overtime pay
Employee suffering from brain tumor is not a "qualfied individual" under the ADA; summary disposition of ADA claim is upheld; irrelevant that doctors disagreed.
Court summarily dismisses obese employee's wrongful termination claim, finding no question discharge was unrelated to weight complaints
Court affirms summary disposition of race discrimination and whistleblower claims
Court overturns jury verdict for fired employee; limits compensation to past economic damages despite apparent jury confusion
Court rules that Education Association acted in bad faith by attempting to include prohibited language in Collective Bargaining Act.
Court holds that employer had sole right to interpret contract obligation and employee-doctor could not seek independent review by court
Henry Saad and Court of Appeals overturn MCAC and Circuit Court and reverse grant of unemployment benefits to laid-off employee
Michigan Supreme Court overturns lower court; holds that even gross negligence by one cop in shooting another during attempted arrest is not actionable
Court holds that prior ruling applicable to the fired employee's contract claims is binding on current lawsuit; upholds summary disposition of case
Supreme Court of Michigan holds that complaint about employer's planned future illegal conduct is not protected by Whistleblower Protection Act
Court of Appeals overturns lower court; grants summary disposition of employee's retaliation claim because she didn't claim improper comments were "illegal."
Court applies restrictive interpretation to Worker Adjustment & Retraining Notification Act, denying jurisdiction
Court upholds jury verdict against employee who alleged retaliatory discharge following work-related injury
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