When was McConnell vs USPS NRP class action certified?

When was McConnell vs USPS NRP class action certified?

A class action complaint for injured on duty postal employees was certified by an EEOC Administrative Judge (AJ) on May 30,2008. In the case of Sandra McConnell, et al. v. United States Postal Service an AJ decision certified the following class:

What was the Supreme Court decision in McConnell vs USPS?

In the case of Sandra McConnell, et al. v. United States Postal Service an AJ decision certified the following class:

Why is there a class action against the NRP?

The purpose of this class action is to remedy a harm that has adversely affected over 28,000 individuals nationwide in the Postal Service. The value and strength of the lawsuit is that there are so many people who the Commission has found to have been harmed by the NRP.

Who is the Attorney for the USPS class action?

While it is unknown how many Class Members will file claims, Rochester, NY attorney Michael Lingle of Thomas & Solomon indicated that the law firms representing the Class have been contacted by thousands of USPS employees during the past decade in which this case has been pending.

A class action complaint for injured on duty postal employees was certified by an EEOC Administrative Judge (AJ) on May 30,2008. In the case of Sandra McConnell, et al. v. United States Postal Service an AJ decision certified the following class:

Who are the lawyers in the McConnell Case?

The Class is represented by Thomas & Solomon LLP, and Kator, Parks, Weiser & Harris, PLLC. The name of the case is McConnell v. U.S. Postal Service, EEOC Case No. 520-2010-00280X; Agency No. 4B-140-0062-06. The final appeal decision in the case was issued on March 9, 2018, and is available at NRPclassaction.com.

In the case of Sandra McConnell, et al. v. United States Postal Service an AJ decision certified the following class:

The purpose of this class action is to remedy a harm that has adversely affected over 28,000 individuals nationwide in the Postal Service. The value and strength of the lawsuit is that there are so many people who the Commission has found to have been harmed by the NRP.