In California, most employers designate their employees as “at-will,” which means that they can terminate or demote their employees whether there is cause to do so or not. However, there are numerous exceptions as discussed on this website. For example. if you were fired or demoted due to
unlawful discrimination or in retaliation
against you uncovering the employer’s illegal activities or the existence of unsafe work conditions, you may have a case for wrongful termination.
There is no single “wrongful termination” law. Rather
there are several state and federal laws and court
decisions that define this concept. The Law Offices of
Solomon, Saltsman, and Jamieson can help you navigate
these laws and court cases so you can reclaim your job,
or file a lawsuit.