Client Success Stories

EEOC Americans with Disabilities Act Violation

A former employee of a client filed an EEOC claim that the company violated multiple laws (ADA, Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act, Title VII US Civil Rights Act of 1964) when they dismissed him. The claim alleged discrimination on the basis of his gender and his disability. ABO had previously coached the client on proper documentation in…

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EEOC Wrongful Termination Complaint

A logistics client in Illinois received an EEOC complaint alleging a female employee was terminated and her duties were reassigned to a younger employee. The filing alleged $120,000 in damages. ABO and their attorney investigated the claim, responded to the EEOC complaint, and requested a mediation meeting, at which time the matter was resolved…

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Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Complaint

A California client replaced an employee who went off on maternity leave and did not return for five months. The employee filed a complaint with the EEOC, alleging that her rights were violated under various state and federal laws. The ABO team, including our attorney, responded to the complaint with an organized trail of evidence that…

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Department of Labor Wage and Hour Complaint

A trucking client received a complaint from the DOL, made by a former employee, alleging the company owed him for overtime, expense reimbursements, and unauthorized deductions during his short tenure with the company. ABO negotiated with the DOL investigator and brought a swift end to the matter in six days with a settlement for 82% less…

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Erroneous Unemployment Charges

A large client brought to our attention that their unemployment account had been incorrectly charged with paid claims for the previous three years. Their CPA had been unsuccessful at having the charges reviewed. ABO stepped in and earned an audience with a key contact in Michigan’s unemployment office. The erroneous charges were expunged from the…

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