My employment lawyer gave my case to another law firm and said it was more involved than they though it would be . Is that the lawyers way of getting rid of my case and saying that I do not have a good case ?
Does your employment agreement with the first lawyer address this type of situation? You are the client. You are in charge. I would demand a meeting with the first lawyer to get a better understanding of the situation and why her referred your case to another lawyer. You have the right to choose the lawyer who represent you. You must be comfortable with the new lawyer or firm. Get answers that satisfy you.
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