Employment

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NB negotiated settlement after suit for a federal gender discrimination lawsuit AND a class-action based on unpaid commissions.  Both suits were resolved favorably for client.

A lawsuit with multiple plaintiffs was settled by Brandy Barth through mediation with clients receiving back pay and lost wages.

After a year of litigation, whistleblower claim is favorably settled through mediation.

Brandy Barth files three employment lawsuits, alleging racial discrimination in St. Charles County, wrongful termination in St. Louis City, and sexual harassment filed in federal court.

Newton Barth attorneys secure a gracious settlement offer for a client experiencing employment discrimination.

The Village Board of Swansea improperly attempted to terminate the Client’s position. After intervening on the Client’s behalf, both at a public meeting and through correspondence with the Board’s attorney, the Board reversed its decision and reinstated the Chief to his position.

After a jury trial in the Circuit Court of St. Louis City, Brandy Barth and Talmage Newton obtained a $3.67 Million verdict for an employee who was terminated for alleged whistle-blowing activity. Link to Post Dispatch Article: http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/st-louis-jury-awards-million-to-fired-laclede-gas-safety/article_1fabf01f-ac82-5147-95f7-75dcc4bbb34c.html

Administrative charges against police officer’s license dismissed for Brandy Barth’s client. Firm attorney, Brandy Barth, filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of client against the City of Cottleville and its former police chief.

Firm partner Brandy Barth won an appeal of a termination of public employees where the circuit court ordered the fired employees reinstated with back pay, benefits and attorneys’ fees.

Newton Barth | Employment