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I sued my supervisors at the Veterans Affairs in state court and they moved it to federal

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I sued my supervisors at the Veterans Affairs in state court and they moved it to federal court. I have to prepare a pleading for Distruct Court in TN. It is for retaliation. I was approved tomove from TN to GA and work from home. I filed a complaint and they waited until after I moved and told me I could notwork from home because I moved out of the state. I was homeless in TN for awhile and had to live apart from my disabed husband and granddaughter. I was finally able to transfer to Atlanta by taking a lower grade and lower paying job. I am 62 and they are much younger. Can I just file for retaliation or will it also fall under whistle blowing. The ordeal was very traumatic and I am still being treated for the emotional trauma. It cost me thousand to live in TN apart from my family as well as I used a lot of my leave becaue I became sick. They refused to file a workers comp for me initially and I am in the process of geting my claim reviewed by workers comp.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Employment Law
Expert:  Dwayne B. replied 1 year ago.
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