Minnesota Court of Appeals rules human resources complaint process is a “dispute resolution process” for purposes of tolling the Minnesota Human Rights Act’s one-year statute of limitations under Minn. Stat. § 363A.28, subd. 3.

In Peterson v. City of Minneapolis, — N.W.2d — (Minn. Ct. App. May 2, 2016), A15-1711, the Minnesota Court of Appeals found that, 1) the plain language of the Act is not exclusive with regard to dispute resolution processes that start the tolling of the statute of limitations, and 2) a process initiated unilaterally by a party may constitute a process that both parties are “voluntarily engaged in” for purposes of the Act.  Read more here.

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