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    If you know of someone who handles wrongful termination cases please pm the info. Much appreciated.
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    would you be on the applicant or defendant side?

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    Got good.
    As an FYI, CA is a right to work state, so you can fire anyone whenever you want without cause.
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    Good Luck, I'm afraid it may be a lost cause. They can damn near give any ole reason to fire someone these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattman View Post
    If you know of someone who handles wrongful termination cases please pm the info. Much appreciated.
    You might try reading labor laws for your particular state and see if a law was actually violated....i was fired in az. about 6 years ago for bs, i took it to court myself and won...as a general rule, labor law will side with the employee if there is doubt in a situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Singleton View Post
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    As an FYI, CA is a right to work state, so you can fire anyone whenever you want without cause.

    Not really....employment at will has and continues to be eroded in CA everyday. It is the most employee friendly state in the U.S. However, winning a wrongful term case in CA if the company is of any size is nearly impossible...unless the action was ridiculously over the top....the case won't see court usually for several years and the employer usually has the deeper pockets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Singleton View Post
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    As an FYI, CA is a right to work state, so you can fire anyone whenever you want without cause.
    That's not true. Cali. has very strict laws about firing and laying off peeps.

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    Wrongful termination and violation of labor laws are not the same. They can be related, but Singleton is pretty much correct. Unless you are under an employment contract or collective bargaining agreement/union, you can be fired pretty easily.

    On labor laws, for example, if you were fired over a wage or overtime dispute, you might have a case, if in fact you can prove they violated state labor laws.
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    You will need Documentation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Singleton View Post
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    As an FYI, CA is a right to work state, so you can fire anyone whenever you want without cause.
    Yep. Unfortunately this state also leads the country in termination lawsuits. In some career driven jobs where retirement and maybe commissions are involved it gets a little sticky.

    But yep, in CA fire at will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pvhca View Post
    Herb Hafif in Claremont(LA County). The best.
    This guy right here....works with Hafif. You need a reference for him, just shoot me a PM and I'll give you my name.

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