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The Essential Guide to Handling Workplace Harassment & Discrimination
The Essential Guide to Handling Workplace Harassment & Discrimination
The harassment and discrimination desk reference for every HR professional and manager.

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United States Department of Justice
United States Department of Justice
For one year, I wrote three letters each month to the United States Department of Justice. I received no reply. Then I sent each letter certified mail to the United States Government. It is a crime for any State, Local, or Federal Employee to deny any citizen any constitutional right or law of the United States. All my letters were ignored and when I sent them Certified Mail they were returned "undeliverible" to the U.S. government. My complaints to the U.S. Government were with held by my attorney James V. Reiss, as was all evidence.
NYC HPD No enforcement by the City of New York of the Multiple Dwelling Laws.
NYC HPD No enforcement by the City of New York of the Multiple Dwelling Laws.
This case is not against NYC HPD. It is against the administration involved in stopping enforcement of the Multiple Dwelling Law. Violations are given for complaints to NYC HPD but there is no enforcement by the legal system or housing judges to landlords because of political connections or influence. Case was heard by the NYC Council and given to the Manhattan District Attorneys Office.

attorney complaints
attorney complaints
101+ Complaint Letters That Get Results, 2E: Resolve Common Disputes Quickly and Easily
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Nothing motivates a company faster than a well-written complaint. Sure, a phone call can sometimes work-but how many people did you have to speak to first and how long were you on hold? 101+ Complaint Letters That Get Results tells you what you need to say, shows you how to say it and gets you the satisfaction you deserve.

With over 101 sample letters, many common concerns are covered, including the following.
--Did your car salesman try to take you for a ride?
--Is your insurance company refusing to pay a bill?
--Are you finding errors on your credit card statements?
--Is someone else using your identity?
--Has your child been bullied in school?
--Were you bumped from a flight without appropriate compensation?

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