Darren McBratney, Esq.
Sarah Wilson, Esq.
Daniel Azizi, Esq.
Igor Fradkin, Esq.
Farid Yaghoubtil, Esq.
Salar Hendizadeh, Esq.
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Even though California is an at-will state and gives your employer the ability to fire you with or without reason, it does not mean that they can fire you for any reason. The employer cannot breach any contract (written or oral); they cannot violate public policy (federal, state, nor local); and the employer cannot retaliate against any employee who brought unsafe or illegal work practices to light.
Before you file a lawsuit your employer for wrongful termination, you must first file a charge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). Depending on the circumstances that surround your particular wrongful termination, it is necessary that you file your lawsuit within a certain time limit, known as the statute of limitations. If the statute of limitations expires before you can file your suit, you will be barred from pursuing the lawsuit. If you would like to speak more about this with a wrongful termination lawyer at our firm, please contact us.
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