Wrongful Termination

Wrongful Termination

Under California law, employment is considered to be “at will”, in the absence of an employment contract stating otherwise. This means that unless there is an employment contract stating otherwise, an employer can terminate an employment relationship at any time, with or without cause. Similarly, an employee can quit employment at any time, without any consequences.

However, there are several important exceptions to the doctrine of employment at will.

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Wrongful Termination Due to Employment Discrimination

Wrongful Termination Due to Retaliation

Wrongful Termination Due to Breach of Contract