A bit of background, I'll keep it as short as possible...
I was let go back in Feb. due to a shoulder injury that landed me with permanent restrictions that my Employer would not accommodate. It's been a rough road with them since. They refused to process term papers, which kept me from getting my 401K. They told me I'd have to sign voluntary termination papers. 6/7/11 with a notarized letter (per attorney at the time) stating the true reason I was no longer employed and why I was signing their paperwork I finally received what was needed to deal with 401K. I filed for Unemployment in September and they challenged it stating that I quit. I had the necessary documentation to win that.
Now, after many requests (since June) for copies of my personnel file and getting the run around every time I call, I received a letter from their legal department. This letter says..."We are in possession of your correspondence requesting a copy of your employment file. Please be advised we are happy to comply, however to do such you must submit your request via Subpoena to XXXXX."
I read the NRS and did not find anything about being required to subpoena these records. Is this normal practice for employers or am I missing something?
Any help is appreciated. Thank you!