California is an at will state for employment, but that doesn’t give employers the right to indiscriminately fire employees for any reason. There are some important limitations on and employers’ ability to terminate the employment relationship at any time for any reason. One such limitation is the prohibition against discrimination on the basis of protected characteristics such as for example, race, religious, gender, age, and disability. Another such limitation is the prohibition against retaliation in response to protected activities. While the “at will” doctrine seemingly gives employers unlimited power over the fate of their employees, that is simply not the case. Unlawful firings can occur even in at will states. Ever attorney at Akopyan Law Firm A.P.C. is a lawyer for wrongful termination, and can help identify whether a termination is wrongful in the legal sense.
Have you been wrongfully terminated? Wondering what you should do?
Every case is unique. There is no cookie cutter formula that would apply in every single case. However, there are some things which one should consider doing, the following:
1. Prepare a chronological timeline of events while they are still fresh in your mind;
2. List the names and telephone numbers of people who witness or observe the circumstances or events surrounding the termination;
3. Organize all documentary evidence which supports and corroborates the facts;
4. Contact a lawyer for wrongful termination.
Akopyan Law Firm A.P.C. is your lawyer for wrongful termination
Serving Glendale, Burbank Los Angeles, as well as its environs, Akopyan Law Firm A.P.C. has more than one lawyer for wrongful termination. The Akopyan Law Firm, A.P.C. has helped hundreds of clients, and delivered excellent results. Give the firm a call today and speak with a lawyer for wrongful termination.