If you were retaliated and terminated and the company spent over 4 months on internal review (predispute arbitration clause) after the wrongful termination - how does these time lines play if you were to take it the arbitration soon after the unfavorable conclusion of the internal reviews?
Any special claims to get the back pay for the months spent on internal reviews after the wrongful termination?
Do you still need to take it to the arbitration within 6 months from termination? But arbitration only follows the internal reviews that are controlled by the former employer. The claim is also eligible under SOX Act. If you didn't file the arbitration claim, immediately after the wrongful termination, can you still hammer the employer under the SOX Act in arbitration?