Legal Advice for Wrongful Termination — 54 results
Written by attorney Rachel A Lyne, about 1 month ago.
This guide should help you to determine if you have a claim against your employer, and will discuss potential claims that are often incorrectly categorizes as wrongful termination. Do I... more
Written by attorney Richard Weaver, 3 months ago.
Wrongful termination refers to the firing of an employee that is against the law or in violation of company policy. In the United States, federal laws protect employees from being fired due... more
Written by attorney Corey Ira Cohen, over 4 years ago.
Wrongful termination can occur in a situation in which an employee has been dismissed or fired from employment. In Florida, as in most states, employment is presumably "at will," which... more
Written by attorney Don Sessions, over 4 years ago.
Illegal reason for termination: Discrimination Regardless of any at will policy or contract, it is illegal to fire an employee for any discriminatory reason, in whole or part, based on age,... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Weinman, about 1 year ago.
Being terminated from your employment may feel wrong, but that does not necessarily mean it was wrongful termination. There is no set rule for what constitutes a “wrongful termination”. In... more
Written by attorney Benjamin E Wick, 6 months ago.
Claims of wrongful termination in Colorado usually fall into one of three categories: wrongful termination or wrongful discharge in violation of public policy; discrimination or retaliation;... more
Written by attorney Emanuel Shirazi, over 2 years ago.
Former Desparate Housewife co-star Nicollette Sheridan sued her production company for wrongful termination. Sheridan alleged she was terminated (her character killed off the show) in... more
Written by attorney Timothy Bowles, about 3 years ago.
Californias Labor Codes do a lot to protect employees but there are some laws that benefit employers as well. For instance, unless a company and an employee agree otherwise, their... more
Written by attorney Nathaniel Hubley, over 3 years ago.
Indiana is considered an employment-at-will state. Thus, an employer can terminate an employee for any reason, whether good or bad. However, an employer is prohibited from terminating an... more
Written by attorney Arthur Schofield, over 3 years ago.
Discrimination Florida and federal law prohibit an employer for terminating employment, or treating employees differently, based on their race, color, national origin, age, gender,... more
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