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If you were wrongfully terminated because of your age, race, sex, pregnancy, religion, or other illegal reason, you may have a claim for compensatory and punitive damages, reinstatement, and other remedies.
New York is an employment-at-will state. Unless you have a contract or belong to a union, you may be fired without notice, at any time, and for any reason. But you may not be fired for an illegal reason.
Illegal reasons include discrimination based on your age, sex, race, pregnancy, religion, or sexual orientation.
Illegal reasons also include retaliation for reporting discrimination, a hostile work environment, fraud and other illegal conduct, or for exercising your rights to family, medical, or military leave.
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In The New Yorker’s Guide to Wrongful Termination, written by an experienced employment attorney, you will learn:
- How you should respond to wrongful termination
- Why you should apply for unemployment benefits right away
- What categories of discrimination are illegal
- How the laws against retaliation protect you and anyone who helps you
- Why actively looking for a new job can help strengthen your case
- What types of evidence you need to prove that your termination was illegal
- How to build a case for compensatory and punitive damages when your rights are violated
- Our step-by-step process to protect your rights and build your case
- How to find the best wrongful termination attorney for your case
- . . . and MUCH MORE!
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