Wrongful termination cases are our bread and butter. We regularly represent employees who have lost their job for some unlawful reason. Usually, our California wrongful termination cases involve employees that have complained about workplace harassment or discrimination. Representative unlawful discharge cases also include illegal terminations of employees who are out on disability or pregnancy leaves.
Representative wrongful termination cases include:
- Constructive Termination: Action against labor union for terminating administrative employee when she developed a work-induced stress disorder;
- Wrongful Termination: Employee terminated after reporting good faith belief that she had been harassed by co-worker;
- Wrongful Termination: Employee terminated after reporting good faith belief that there were safety violations occurring in the workplace;
- Wrongful Termination/Pregnancy Discrimination: Employee terminated soon after telling her employer that she was pregnant;
- Wrongful Termination/Retaliation: Employee refused to participate in illegal activity and employer fired her;
- Wrongful Termination/Retaliation: Employee fired after complaining to management that she was not getting required lunch breaks;
- Wrongful Termination/Retaliation: Employee fired after complaining to supervisor that he was not getting paid overtime as required by California law.
Learn more about California wrongful termination law in our frequently asked question (FAQ) section.