Wrongful termination

You have received a notice of termination of your employment or are expecting such termination in the near future? Even in these cases, an early consultation by a specialist lawyer from Broslavsky & Weinman, LLP for employment law offers itself.

If you have not yet received notice of termination, tactically clever action is an opportunity to avoid a situation in which a notice of dismissal can be based. Even if it should not be possible to avoid the claim of termination, a consultation in advance can influence the underlying facts as favorably as possible, in particular avoiding common mistakes for the employee.

If termination is pronounced, this is only legal if it meets the legal and/or contractual requirements.

In principle, termination must be in writing.

Furthermore, the employer must comply with the notice period applicable in your case. The law regulates the statutory notice periods. These depend on how long the employment relationship has existed and who announces the termination of the employment contract parties. Broslavsky & Weinman, LLP are an employment law firmĀ in Los Angeles.

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