Understanding Wrongful Termination

Depending on the state in which you are employed, many employment relationships are considered as at will, which allows for the employer or employee to terminate employment with or without a cause for reason, as long as there is no violation of federal, state, or local anti-discrimination laws. However, there are cases in which an […]

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How to Correctly Document Your Wrongful Termination

Anytime you have been fired or laid off from your job, it is a good idea to ensure you are properly documenting by collecting documents and paperwork that may be related to your termination, especially if you are considering legal action. By documenting your case, you will better be able to protect your rights, especially in […]

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Protecting Yourself From Wrongful Termination

In many parts of the country, a person’s employment may be considered as “at will.” This type of employment allows employers to terminate employment, with or without a cause for reason. However, there must be no violation of federal, state, or local anti-discrimination laws. If an employee has been discriminated against and their employment resulted in termination, then they […]

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What Trump’s Termination of James Comey Teaches Employers on What Not to Do

Donald Trump fired James Comey, Jr. as the FBI Director with a letter and memorandum of the rational for the termination (if you haven’t seen them you can take a peek here.) While this act is taken at the highest levels of government related issues of enormous public interest, it is substantively little different than decisions […]

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