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Joseph A. Gangi

Joseph A. Gangi

Farrish Johnson Law Office
  • Appeals & Appellate, Criminal Law, Civil Rights...
  • Minnesota, Wisconsin
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Summary

Joseph Gangi is a Mankato-area trial and appellate lawyer. Give Joseph a call today: 507-625-2525.

Practice Areas
  • Appeals & Appellate
  • Criminal Law
  • Civil Rights
  • Employment Law
  • White Collar Crime
  • DUI & DWI
  • Real Estate Law
  • Business Law
  • Landlord Tenant
Additional Practice Areas
  • DHS / Daycare Licensing Decisions
  • Unemployment Appeals
  • Severance / Separation Agreements
  • Contract Review
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    I accept flat fees and other fee arrangements on a case-by-case basis
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Minnesota
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Wisconsin
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney
Farrish Johnson Law Office
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Judicial Law Clerk
Minnesota Court of Appeals
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Staff Attorney
11th Circuit Court of Appeals
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Signals Intelligence Analyst
United States Army
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Education
University of Wisconsin Law School
J.D. (2009)
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Honors: magna cum laude; Order of the Coif
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Websites & Blogs
Website
My Personal Webpage
Blog
My blog
Legal Answers
101 Questions Answered

Q. What are the legal actions I can take if I believe I've been discriminated out of a job position within my company?
A: Missing from your question is *why* you think you were treated differently. If you were not considered for the position because of race, gender, age, disability, or some other protected class or protected conduct, then you may have a claim worth pursuing.
Q. If I visit my 20 yr old son at the U of M, can I legally allow him to consume a beer at a restaurant or brewery?
A: No
Q. I was fired from my job today after months of harassment and bullying. He said it was poor performance.
A: Minnesota is an "at will" employment state so generally speaking you can be fired for just about any reason, so long as it is not discriminatory or retaliatory. The law does not require people to treat you nicely. But if you can show that you were terminated because of your race, gender, disability, age, etc., then you may have a case. You should discuss the specifics of your situation with an employment attorney to see if there is anything.
Q. My lease states management can enter at any time for any reason. Is this legal? Says nothing about "reasonable notice"
A: Landlords must respect a tenant's right to privacy. Check out section 504B.211.
Q. Can you appeal a jury verdict in a civil trial? Half the jurors were sleeping through most of the trial.
A: You can appeal, absolutely. The chance of success is a different question. You should speak to an appellate attorney as soon as possible because anything related to an appeal or other post-trial work has a very strict and very short deadline.
Q. If a non compete in work file isn't totally filled out nor signed by representative from co. from 2010 is it binding?
A: It depends on a number of things. Schedule a consult with an employment attorney to discuss the specifics of your situation and the actual language of the agreement.
Q. How long do I have to file a civil lawsuit for discrimination at work if I want to pass the MDHR and EEOC process in MN?
A: The EEOC is a federal process with its own set of time and other requirements. If you do not file an administrative charge or take other action, the Minnesota Human Rights Act allows you to file a civil lawsuit alleging a violation of that Act within one year after the discriminatory practice occurred.
Q. What If proper procedure was not followed by Minnesota statue.
A: Speak with an attorney. If you were not properly served, you may be able to reopen the case.
Q. Wife fired from our childs daycare after I filed a negative opinion survey citing poor management. Wrongful termination?
A: Minnesota is an at-will employment state. From the facts presented, it does not appear to be an illegal termination, but you may want to discuss this further with an employment attorney. A more interesting question relates to the apparently *not* anonymous survey.
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Contact & Map
1907 Excel Drive
Mankato, MN 56001
USA
Telephone: (507) 625-2525