Wrongful Termination Legal Services

The term “wrongful termination” means that an employer has fired or laid off an employee for illegal reasons in the eyes of the law. Being terminated for any of the reasons listed below may constitute wrongful termination: The employer cannot terminate employment because the employee is a certain race, nationality, religion, sex, age, or in […]

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