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Your first option is to appeal to the Administrative Review Board. See this link.
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See this law.
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After the ARB issues its final decision any further proceedings are in the federal courts.
You need to consult with a MD wrongful termination attorney and if you have a viable case, he/she may take it on a 33% to 45% contingency fee basis; depending on whether the case settles or goes to trial. See this link to get started.
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I am not able to confirm whether or not your suit would be limited in the manner you suggest; this would be a question best answered by a local wrongful termination attorney based on review of all the pertinent facts. However, the lawyer would typically obtain 45% of whatever amount he recovers for you by the way of damages or he would agree to apply for his legal fees independently of what he may recover for you. Much will depend on the fee agreement you sign with the lawyer.
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