Ending Forced Arbitration

Below is an interesting piece on why employer’s forcing employees to arbitrate their employment law claims, including sexual harassment claims, should end. OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR I Wrote the Uber Memo. This Is How to End Sexual Harassment. By Susan Fowler Ms. Fowler is an engineer best known for her blog post about her experiences working at Uber. April […]

$1.5 Million Sexual Harassment Verdict Affirmed by the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals

This post is from The National Trial Lawyers. Posted May 19, 2015 by Starkeisha Tucker: The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a $1.5 million verdict against a high-tech company for a manager’s sexual harassment and retaliation against three female employees. The defendant, New Breed Logistics, now known as XPO Logistics-Supply Chain, is based in High […]

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Beth E. Bertelson

Beth E. Bertelson is the founder of Bertelson Law Office. Beth has significant experience as an employment law litigator. She has also served on the Executive Board for the Minnesota division of NELA and the MSBA Labor and Employment Law Section. Certified as a specialist in labor and employment law by the Minnesota State Bar Association, […]

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Bertelson Law Office—Committed to protecting employees rights. At Bertelson Law Office we are committed to protecting employee rights. We provide our clients with a combination of strong advocacy, extensive experience in employment law, and a commitment to preserving their integrity while pursuing their legal goals. Because we practice exclusively in employment law, we understand that […]

How long do I have to file a claim?

Don’t wait too long! Did you know?… Employment law claims have time limitations within which you must pursue your claims or you forfeit your right to do so. Listed below are certain legal causes of actions and their corresponding time limitations in Minnesota. • Discrimination/Harassment: Under Minnesota law, one year from the date of the […]