May I sue them
Sure, you can sue anybody for anything, but your case will only be viable if you were wrongfully terminated as California law defines it.
More facts need to be known.
What are your damages? How much produce are you loosing? It may cost more in time, money and effort than it is worth.
This response is only a basic answer to your question and is not intended to be legal advise. It is your job to hire an attorney and to discuss the specifics of this question with him or her. I am not giving you specific legal advise and there is no attorney-client relationship created by my answer to your question. The choice of an attorney is an important decision that you must make and that choice should not be made upon adverting alone.
Mr. Parikh is correct. People sue people for just about anything just to have their lawsuit dismissed if they weren't justified under the law. They are then liable for costs and in some circumstances fees for the defense attorney.
Your question requires additional information. Specifically we need to know the reason why you believe you were terminated and any support you have to show that.
This answer does not create an attorney-client relationship. You are encouraged to seek legal advise from an attorney.
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