Looking to hire an attorney re: Wrongful Term
I am looking for an attorney to represent me re: wrongful termination. An attorney to fight for the compensation due to me. How does one go about finding representation?
My employer is a bank in the Chicagoland.
Thank you for the advice.
It is greatly appreciated.
Any attorney names that will represent the little guy/gal would be appreciated. The attorney will get paid. I am trying to recover commissions for orders booked and earned that have not paid. I am sure you would want to be paid for the work you have done. Right?
This is not vindictive. Who works for free? Not me :-}
Appreciate your direction. If your find yourself in a similar situation I will be glad to help you.
I do not know an employment attorney. There appears to be some class action suits going on for EDJ and BAC. Perhaps, each of you could look into these. Perhaps you may be directed to a firm in each of your states, Illinois and Wisconsin. If you work for the same firm... get together. Have you PM each other?
I am sorry that the little guy gets stomped.
Yes, does anyone know about the class action suits? What are they? Who are the attorneys?
Hey Place, Hanley is hot. You hittin' that?
Quote from StockLawyer: "If you need someone locally, I may be able to assist you in locating competent counsel."
Translation: I may be able to google the name and number of someone locally and get paid a referral fee from them for giving them your name.
By the way FA's, do you think this guy (http://www.placeandhanley.com/securitiesand_commodities_litigation) is on your team?
as lurking member of amexsux, I highly recommend the webmaster's attorney, Drucker: this attorney has successfully sued aefa twice...and is currently working on another against ameriprise-- does classaction suits against financial services companies.... but I believe he also handles lawsuits representing fa's, too. ck it out: www.amexsux.com
Why would someone ever hire an attorney who has to spam message boards to get clients?
Never noticed that at all. His client started the sux site so, of course, he would support his client and post there. I've only seen him post on that site once in awhile...and why not in doing research on the company although the amex sux site should be called ameriprisesux since no one talks about amex anymore...anyone who had a gripe against amex (me!) have vented and have nothing else to say. BTW, macca used to post on the amex boards and then due to having bad experience with aefa, she then turned her interests to aefa and now ameriprise since there's little being said over there about amex anymore...but I can vouch that amex does suck.
Fact is, he knows his stuff and in answering the topic here, that's the first attorney who comes to mind that I'd highly recommend.
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