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Doe Employee v. ABC Corp
Doe Employee v. Doe Employer


Mr. Haas understands that wrongful termination of employment can be a devastating experience. Frequently, the employee mistakenly believes that he or she is without recourse. But courts and juries will often find that an employee has been wrongfully terminated based upon discrimination relating to gender, disability, religion, age, race and sexual orientation or that the employer has breached an employment contract or has harassed or retaliated against the employee. In California, the court may imply a contract, even when there is not a written contract, and require that the employer prove good cause for the termination.


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Doe Employee v. ABC Corporation - $2.5M
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