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Stephen C. Fiebiger Law Office Chartered
Personal, Professional, Legal Services and Solutions Since 1983.

If you have been wrongfully discharged, discriminated against, treated unfairly, or separated from your job I want to help. I have over 31 years of experience helping employees who have been fired and separated from work because of employment discrimination, wrongful discharge, retaliation, whistleblowing, and other illegal reasons.  My practice includes employment discrimination based upon age, sex, race, disability, pregnancy, sexual orientation, and all protected classes.  I handle wrongful discharge, defamation, whistleblowing, retaliation, FMLA, workplace harassment, hostile work environment, wage and overtime claims, equal pay claims, unemployment benefits claims, non-compete matters, and severance agreements on behalf of employees.  I practice in state and federal courts in Minnesota and before the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and Minnesota Department of Human Rights (MDHR) from initial consultation to mediation and trial. I also handle appeals of employment law cases before the Minnesota state appellate courts and federal appeals in the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. If you have been discriminated against, fired, harassed at work, given a severance agreement, or wrongfully discharged, please contact me.  My office is conveniently located in Burnsville and I handle cases throughout the state. Please call me at (952) 746-5171 or email me at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

I handle other types of claims arising out of the workplace such as wrongful discharge, false accusations resulting in defamation, retaliation, and breach of contract claims. Experience matters in case strategy, case management, settlement negotiations, trial and and in court.

I also am available to assist employees separated from employment presented with severance agreements and non-competition issues. I can help sort out your options that make sense for you.

Some recent discrimination cases in which I successfully represented employees include the EEOC v. Herzog Roofing settlement issued on June 8, 2011, (see Legal Links section), Wesley G. Stockton v. Northwest Airlines, Inc., 804 F. Supp. 2d 938 (D. Minn. 2011)(disability discrimination), in an Order Denying Summary Judgment by Chief Judge Michael J. Davis, Young v. McLane Minnesota, 2011 WL 1193092, March 29, 2011, Civil No. 09-1653 JRT/FLN, Order Denying Summary Judgment by Judge John R. Tunheim in an ADA/MHRA disability discrimination case, Blissv. Morrow Enterprises, Inc., 2011 WL 255365, June 28, 2011, Civil No. 09-CV-3064 PJS/JJG, Order Denying Summary Judgment on ADA disability retaliation and whistleblower claims by Judge Patrick J. Schiltz and federal appeals case of Lake v. Yellow Transportation, Inc., 596 F. 3d 871 (8th Cir. 2010), reversing summary judgment in a race discrimination case.

I handle all matters involving employee rights including unemployment claims, union rights, federal employee rights, and hostile work environment issues.

I am a member of the Minnesota chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association (NELA) and have been a presenter on employment law issues before professional and disability groups.

For more information on discrimination claims you can visit the website for the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) at and the Minnesota Department of Human Rights website at  While there, you can take a look at one of my settlements in Sandra J. Schultz v. Beltman Group, Case No. 40043, resulting in a $51,500 settlement in the case of alleged age and disability discrimination of a 56-year old worker.

I am experienced in litigating employment cases from start to finish, including court trials, jury trials and appeals in state and federal courts. I am committed to helping my clients receive what's fair and I will vigorously advocate each case to strive to obtain the very best results.  I handle all types of employment disputes, including:
  • Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) claims
  • Employee Rights and Contracts
  • Discrimination (Age, Race, Sex, Religion, Disability, National Origin, Pregnancy, Sexual Orientation), Title VII, ADEA, ADA
  • Hostile Work Environment and workplace harassment
  • Reasonable Accommodation for disabilities
  • Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) claims
  • Wage and Hour Disputes, Overtime, FLSA/MFLSA
  • Equal Pay Act
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Whistleblower / Retaliatory Discharge - fired or disciplined for reporting discrimination or law violations at work
  • Wrongful Discharge/Termination
  • Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) claims
  • Minnesota Human Rights Act (MHRA) dsicrimination claims
  • EEOC/MDHR Charges
  • Unemployment Claims
  • Non-Compete and Severance Agreements - defending and advising regarding enforcement
  • Defamation and Employment Torts
  • Civil Litigation
  • Trials in state and federal courts and before administrative agencies
  • Appeals in state and federal courts

At Stephen C. Fiebiger Law Office, Chartered, in Burnsville, Minnesota, I represent business executives, management, laborers, and hourly workers in the Twin Cities and throughout Minnesota.

If you need a personal and professional Minnesota employment law attorney, contact me to set up an appointment. I offer a free initial consultation to those who qualify and I am also available evenings and weekends by appointment. Call me at (952) 746-5171.

Stephen C. Fiebiger Law Office, Chartered
2500 County Road 42 West
Suite 190
Phone: 952-746-5171
Burnsville, Minnesota 55337

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Advising clients in
Burnsville, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Bloomington, Lakeville, Chaska, Apple Valley, Eagan,
Shakopee, Savage, Prior Lake, Jordan, Rosemount,
Hastings, Fairbault, Owatonna, and Albert Lea, MN.


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