Halunen Law

Dedicated To
Your Fight.

Never carry the weight of a legal challenge on your own.

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Your Courage
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Representing whistleblowers who challenge illegal conduct.

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Ensuring You
Are Heard

Representing employees who seek justice in the workplace.

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Your Courage. Our Expertise.

It takes courage to stand up for what’s right. Whether you are challenging illegal actions in your workplace or blowing the whistle on corporate misconduct, Halunen Law will help you find your voice and hold others accountable.

From the initial conversation to the conclusion of your case, our experienced team of attorneys will provide expert, personal guidance and help you navigate the legal process to get the justice you deserve.

Contact us today or call 612-605-4098 to get started. There is no cost to you unless we win.

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We know it can be daunting to challenge illegal activity in the workplace. Be assured our team will go to extraordinary lengths to get you the best possible outcome. We settle 95% of our cases to our clients' satisfaction. We ensure your voice is heard, your rights are defended, and you receive personal, professional, experienced representation throughout the process. Learn why Halunen Law is one of the nation’s leading employment law firms and how we get results that make a difference.

We’re told that if “you see something, say something.” Unfortunately, if a person blows the whistle on illegal workplace practices, they may face retaliation from their employer, including a demotion, reassignment, or even wrongful termination. You shouldn’t be punished for doing what’s right. Additionally, if your claim involves a government contract and is filed under the False Claims Act, you may stand to gain considerable financial rewards. Our attorneys have extensive experience in these complex cases and a range of industries. Learn more about how our team of attorneys will help you get the justice you deserve.

Although you can be fired for no reason, your employment cannot be terminated unlawfully. Unlawful or wrongful termination is when an employer violates the terms of an employment contract, public policy, or a specific law. Countless circumstances can be the basis for a wrongful termination suit. If you believe you’ve been wrongfully terminated, the burden of proof lies on you. Halunen Law attorneys bring deep expertise and success in wrongful termination cases.  Learn more about what constitutes wrongful termination and how our attorneys can help you achieve justice. 

Even with the protections of the ADA and other state and federal laws, disability discrimination still occurs. If you’re a person with a disability and have been denied a request for a workplace reasonable accommodation, you may have legal recourse. An employer with 15 or more employees must work to provide a reasonable accommodation request by an employee with a disability unless the accommodation causes the employer undue hardship. Halunen Law employment attorneys have a proven track record in navigating discrimination cases. Read more about your rights and how our firm can help.

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Federal and state laws prohibit employers from retaliating against employees for reporting workplace misconduct or rights violations. If you’ve experienced workplace retaliation because you had the courage to stand up for what’s right, you deserve justice, and your employer should be held accountable. Our experienced attorneys will lead the way.

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Workplace discrimination is illegal when it is caused by a person’s age, disability, sex, race, color, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, creed, religion, marital or familial status, or receipt of public assistance. Our attorneys can help you identify the evidence of discrimination you may be experiencing, both subtle and obvious. We’ll give voice to your concerns and get the justice you deserve.

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While you can be fired for no reason at all, federal and state laws prohibit employers from terminating you because you are a member of a protected class, in violation of an employment contract, or in retaliation for reporting workplace misconduct. If you have been terminated for unlawful reasons, our experienced attorneys can help you navigate a path to justice.

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Federal and state laws provide rewards for persons who blow the whistle on fraud, particularly fraud against the government, which is prohibited by the False Claims Act, and fraud by publicly traded companies, which is prohibited by the Securities and Exchange Act. Whistleblowers are central to uncovering fraud and may gain significant financial rewards for their courage to challenge fraud. Halunen Law attorneys specialize in these complex cases.

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Unlawful sexual harassment in the workplace includes a range of unwelcome gestures, advances, sexual favor requests, verbal or physical harassment of a sexual nature, and more. Our attorneys bring compassion, personal guidance, and a deep understanding of the law. They will work with you to ensure your voice is heard and hold your employer accountable.

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Employers are required under Minnesota and federal law to provide reasonable accommodation to employees with a disability unless the accommodation causes the employer undue hardship. Despite the law, workplace discrimination against individuals with a disability is prevalent andunlawful. If you’ve been denied an accommodation request, you may have legal recourse.

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Dedicated to Your Fight.

Our clients are often facing some of the biggest challenges of their lives. When you’ve been wronged personally or observed other illegal conduct, we bring expertise, experience, and a passion for getting you the justice you deserve.

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Local Roots. National Reputation.

Halunen Law has a national reputation for fiercely representing employees and whistleblowers and getting results. We are not afraid to take on the largest corporations across the country. If you think you need legal counsel, contact us today to discuss your case.

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