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Legal-Bay Lawsuit Settlement Funding Retracts Information Sent Out On July 16th 2014 on Wrongful Termination Cases

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Case Funding Firm says recent press release based on Wrongful Termination had mistakenly cited Burlington Coat Factory involved in litigation

BURLINGTON, Vt., July 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Legal-Bay LLC, The Lawsuit Settlement Funding Company, announced today Burlington Coat Factory was NOT involved in a wrongful termination lawsuit with a 200k compensation award, while the city of Burlington, Vermont, and its Burlington Electric Department, a municipally owned electric utility company located in the State was at hand for this settlement. Legal-Bay retracts any information in regards to Burlington Coat Factory, which is not involved in any legal litigation at this time.

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Chris Janish, CEO commented on the retraction, "Although it is vitally important to report important news involving cases within our industry, unfortunately errors occur in normal media reporting. Clearly there was no intention behind the naming of Burlington Coat Factory in the release; a company that I personally have a lot of respect for as a long time shopper at their Pine Brook, NJ store." 

Patricia Crowley, former Burlington Electric worker accused and filed a claim against Burlington's Electric Department, (not previously cited Burlington Coat Factory) and its general manager Barbara Grimes for harassment and wrongful termination. Her claim included being derided for her prosthetic eye and wrongful termination. Several unlawful practices and breaches of her contract led to her award of $200,000.

Legal-Bay is a lawsuit funding firm that provides assistance to plaintiffs involved in wrongful termination, along with news reporting of wrongful termination cases. To learn more about how Legal-Bay can help assist you with a wrongful termination case settlement funding visit: http://www.lawsuitssettlementfunding.com/wrongful-termination-funding.php

Contact: Chris Janish, CEO
Ph. 877.571.0405 Email: info@legal-bay.com     

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