At Engelmeier & Umanah, we believe that providing outstanding service to you means more than just addressing your current legal needs. Our detail-oriented and client-focused approach involves working closely with you to uncover creative and practical solutions to your individual, business and legal needs, now and in the future. We strive to be your law firm of choice for exceptional legal services for metropolitan and outstate Minnesota.
Whether you need help with negotiating or enforcing a contract, working through difficult employment situations, shareholder or other business disputes, developing strategies for litigation avoidance, forming or transferring ownership of a business, planning an estate, probating or administering an estate or trust, or planning for the care of a disabled loved one, just to name a few, we are always ready to help. E&U professionals are experienced in providing superior service in their areas of focus and have done so for many years.
Engelmeier & Umanah is particularly proud of its premier training product designed to cultivate respect in the workplace and assist employers avoid discrimination, retaliation and harassment involving their employees or work environments. Please visit RESPECT EFFECTTM for more information.
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Sheila Engelmeier Comments on Delta Employee's Claim She's Being Denied Adequate Space to Express Milk - View Video
Sheila Engelmeier and E&U featured in the July 2015 issue of Attorney at Law Magazine
Three E&U Attorneys Included on 2015 Super Lawyers® lists
Obama Administration Seeks to Increase Overtime Protection to Traditionally White Collar Workers
E&U is a Sponsor of the North Central Minority Supplier Development Council Annual Golf Tournament
Norway Settles Discrimination Lawsuit for $1,958,000
"'Embarrassment' Carries High Cost"
"Justice on the Prairie"
"Settlement Never Considered"
E&U May Recover Largest Attorney Fees Award in Minnesota History - Court ordered Norway to pay $2.1 M in Discrimination Lawsuit
See Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal coverage
Sheila Engelmeier Helps Raise Money for Nonprofit Client - Watch Fox 9 interview
Norway asked to pay $2.3 million in legal fees for wage-bias case
Sheila Engelmeier comments on Target Corporation recinding job offers as reported by KMSP - TV FOX 9 News
Everybody big or small has to comply with the law: Engelmeier & Umanah client wins significant victory over Country of Norway
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Recent Changes to Minnesota Laws Require Updates to Employee Handbooks and Adjustment to Practices
It's About TIME(ing). The MDHR Provides Guidance on the Ban-the-Box Statute
FMLA Now Provides Leave For Same Sex Spouses
Employers MUST Consider Job Restructuring as a Reasonable Accomodation