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If you believe you have a claim on Sarbanes-Oxley retaliation claim and violation of Public policy for wrongful termination by a publicly traded company, is asking for reinstatement is advisable? Company had made a lot of changes to comply since the wrongful termination and therefore it is not a hostile environment to return to work.
Apparently an employer will be ordered to reinstate under SOX?
Does violation of Public policy allows for reinstatement?The link below states reinstatement under public policy - is it correct? http://www.legalmatch.com/law-library/article/wrongful-termination-that-violates-public-policy.html What are the Remedies for Wrongful Termination? Wrongful termination claims must usually be investigated by a government agency first before a private lawsuit may be filed. If the investigating agency finds that the employer is in violation, possible remedies may include: Restoring the employee to their previous employment position Paying the employee lost wages and reinstating any benefits Making necessary changes to policies and employee handbooks