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Wrongful Termination

California law protects employees. 

Generally speaking, either an employer or an employee can terminate their "at will" relationship. However, California law places limitations on terminations based on protected characteristics. While every case is unique, and should be examined by an attorney, one such example may include an instance where someone is fired because they made a harassment complaint at work. See below for several other potential examples of wrongful termination.

  • Terminated for pointing out fraud or illegal activities (a.k.a. "whistleblower"). 

  • Terminated for reporting discrimination or harassment, including sexual harassment.

  • Termination based on race, gender, sexual orientation, or religion .

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