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Tag: wrongful termination

Elements of wrongful termination

March 9, 2018 | Firm News

Whenever an employer lets you go, it feel frustrating and scary, or may even feel as though you were terminated unfairly. If your termination brings up a strong emotional response, it is not always easy to clarify in the moment whether your employer fired you fairly or not. However, once the sting of the termination…

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Wrongful termination and contract violations

January 26, 2018 | Firm News

When an employer terminates you, it may seem as though you have no recourse, especially if the firing does not involve discrimination or retaliation that you can easily identify. However, if you have an employment contract, it is wise to review it to make sure that your termination is valid. All employment contracts have terms…

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How do I prove my termination was retaliatory?

December 22, 2017 | Firm News

Sometimes, after a particularly frustrating firing, it is difficult to know if you were fairly terminated or if your employer fired you in retaliation. This an understandable point of confusion, and one that you should take great care to work thorough properly. If your employer did fire you in retaliation, then you should consider the…

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Former manager combats wrongful termination

November 3, 2017 | Firm News

It’s easy to think of a wrongful termination as the kind of the thing that arises when someone or some group of people with influence over employment at a company or organization orchestrates the firing of an employee they dislike personally. However, sometimes wrongful termination disputes are not personal at all, but rather entirely about…

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Identifying unfair termination in Arizona

October 20, 2017 | Firm News

When you lose a job, there is often an instinctive response to fight the termination or to prove that the firing was unjust or illegal. In many cases, a firing is actually unjust or illegal, and demands that you take action to right the wrong. In other cases, the termination is perfectly legal, but still…

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Does FMLA still apply in Arizona?

September 18, 2017 | Firm News

A Scottsdale woman is suing her former employer after they allegedly fired her for exercising her rights under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). According the woman, her employer was repeatedly uncooperative when she exercised her rights to medical leave, before ultimately firing her, possibly illegally. Her fight clearly demonstrates the great value of…

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Protection against retaliatory firing

September 8, 2017 | Firm News

As an employee, there may be times when you must act in accordance with your own conscience and against the interests of your employer. While employers retain the rights to address any concerns they have with their employees’ job performances, there are a number of activities that enjoy government protection from employer retaliation. If, for…

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