What is the statute of limitations for filing a suit for wrongful termination?
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The statute of limitations with regard to discrimination claims in Michigan is 3 years. In some cases, the statute of limitations is even shorter, i.e, claims under the WPA have to be filed within 90 days of the adverse employment action. If your mom signed a severance agreement, she likely gave up her right to sue. If she didn't sign the severance, she is likely unable to bring a claim as more than 3 years has passed since the time of the adverse employment action.
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