Baillon Thome Jozwiak & Wanta LLP is a Minneapolis, Minnesota, employment and consumer protection law firm committed to helping individuals whose rights have been violated. We are experienced employment and consumer protection attorneys and have been recognized nationally and locally for our expertise and achievements in these fields. Our attorneys have been named Super Lawyers and Rising Stars, are board members of the Minnesota Chapter for the National Employment Lawyers Association, members of the National Association of Consumer Advocates, serve on the Governing Council for the Minnesota State Bar Association Labor & Employment Section, or are Certified Employment Law Specialists. As dedicated advocates of both employees and consumers, we have earned a reputation for delivering positive outcomes to our clients through the principled practice of law.
On February 6, Frances Baillon, along with Sheila Engelmeier, of Engelmeier & Umanah, addressed agency investigators on sexual harassment updates. The two attorneys spoke on a range of topics, from defining what constitutes sexual harassment to who qualifies as a supervisor and establishing what makes sexual harassment “severe or pervasive.” They also covered the Minnesota Supreme Court’s recent case law concerning sexual harassment.
In an employment retaliation case, Baillon Thome recently prevailed against a Motion for Summary Judgment filed by defense counsel in federal district court.
Consumer Protection News
Baillon Thome Jozwiak & Wanta LLP is currently investigating legal claims for a class action lawsuit on behalf of homeowners who purchased Atlas Chalet Shingles roofing shingles. Atlas Roofing Corporation marketed its Chalet shingles as a reliable product that would provide years of service before needing replacement. Despite the representations, homeowners have reported that their Atlast Chalet shingles prematurely blister, crack, split, or loose granules.
The following documents relate to the Yarbrough v. Martin's Famous Pastry Shoppe, Inc. FLSA collective action settlement.
IF YOU SERVED AS AN INDEPENDENT DISTRIBUTOR FOR MARTIN’S FAMOUS PASTRY SHOPPE, INC.