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    Hello
    I was recruited by this multinational company in Mexico with lies and withholding of information.
    I confronted them about it, and they wrongfully terminated me.
    I decided to take legal actions towards the company, and I will in Mexico, but I also heard there's a law that holds the corporate office in USA responsible or liable for the actions of that same company in México.
    Does anyone know about this? or maybe know how I can find out?

    Thank you very much

  • Betty3
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    I've used that site before - neat isn't it!

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  • cbg
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    I have no information beyond this. I'm not withholding it from you; I've given you every shred of information I have on the law you say exists. If what I gave you is no good, I'm sorry but I have nothing more.

    It is up to your attorney, not unpaid volunteers on a message board, to provide this information.

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  • TSCompliance
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    Maybe Google "I need to find a better lawyer"

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  • ekismty
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    Did you notice how no useful results come up? I've already tried it and nothing comes up?

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  • TSCompliance
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    OMG, that is so freaking great!
    I need to know how to use that with people! I'll try to figure it out on my own, but if I turn out to be a dummy, can I pm you about how to do it?



    Okay, no problem just tried it. It's dummy-proof.

    LOVE. IT.
    Last edited by TSCompliance; 02-22-2011, 08:26 AM.

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  • Marketeer
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    I'm going to have to remember that site.

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  • cbg
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    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=smith+barnes+law

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  • Betty3
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    That's what you're paying your lawyer for. That's his job.

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  • Pattymd
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    A lawyer that makes his client "look up this law" is not doing his job.

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  • ekismty
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    Originally posted by cbg View Post
    If you are already working with an attorney then that is where you should be seeking your answers. He knows far more about your situation than we do and it would be irresponsible of us to second guess him.
    Yes, but he asked me to find that law, he called it smith barnes law, and it's supposed to say something about it

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  • cbg
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    If you are already working with an attorney then that is where you should be seeking your answers. He knows far more about your situation than we do and it would be irresponsible of us to second guess him.

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  • ekismty
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    Originally posted by Pattymd View Post
    What do you feel was "wrongful" about your termination? What the great majority of people think is a wrongful termination under the law, is not.
    Hello
    I've already seeked counsel from an attorney who's specialty is labor law and it is.
    They changed my working conditions( place where i work) and they didnt pay me my last salary
    Thanx

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  • Pattymd
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    What do you feel was "wrongful" about your termination? What the great majority of people think is a wrongful termination under the law, is not.

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