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IS DOL DEPARTMENT OF LABOR IMMUNE FROM GETTING SUED?

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IS DOL DEPARTMENT OF LABOR IMMUNE FROM GETTING SUED BECAUSE IT IS A GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION?

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In 2011 MBA(Mortgage Bankers Association) filed suit against DOL over reversal of overtime ruling

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.Generally, the doctrine of sovereign immunity applies to suits against state government agencies and there is certain statutory provisions that may apply to federal immunity. This type of immunity may not apply to situations where a government worker is being sued in there personal capacity.

If you feel you may have a claim against the DOL you may want to discuss the specifics of the matter with an attorney so as to vet the situation and so that you can be apprised of your legal rights

William J. Lasko is an experienced New York, Connecticut and Washington, D. C., licensed attorney who focuses his practice primarily on employment law, personal injury and estate matters. Mr. Lasko, has been in practice for more than 23 years, represents clients throughout New York, Connecticut and Washington, D. C.. More information is available at www.laskolaw.net. This response is for general informational purposes and does not constitute legal advice. Additionally, this response does not create an attorney client relationship.

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If you are an employee of the DOL and have suffered discrimination you have the right to file an EEO complaint.

My answering this question does not form an attorney-client relationship. Always retain a qualified attorney before taking any action.

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