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Defamation Argument Serves Fired Workers Best

Defamation Argument Serves Fired Workers Best October 30, 2015. By Brenda Craig.
Gold River, CA: California employment lawyer Chris Whelan has a rather unassuming demeanor. However, make no mistake, he’s deadly in a defamation deposition when representing fired workers. With more than 30 years’ experience under his belt, he’s won a number of multimillion-dollar lawsuits by arguing that employees were defamed by employers bent on driving them out their job.
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Fired Worker Gets Half a Million

Fired Worker Gets Half a Million October 20, 2015. By Brenda Craig.
Beverly Hills, CA: Mike Alder’s firm usually handles cases where there are millions of dollars at stake. However, to Alder, this case was just as important. Big or little, they all matter.
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Microsoft Hit with $11.6M Verdict for Wrongful Termination of Star Salesman

Microsoft Hit with $11.6M Verdict for Wrongful Termination of Star Salesman May 13, 2014. By The National Trial Lawyers.
Austin, Texas - After three years of litigation, which culminated in a highly contentious two week trial, a Travis County jury awarded a software salesman $11.6 million on May 7 against Microsoft Corporation.
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Fired Nurse Launches Ohio Employment Lawsuit

Fired Nurse Launches Ohio Employment Lawsuit August 17, 2013. By Gordon Gibb.
Columbus, OH An operating room nurse who was fired following a failed kidney transplant operation has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit under Ohio Employment and federal laws. The plaintiff, Melanie Lemay, was a 30-year employee with the University of Toledo Medical Center (UTMC) when she was let go following a paid administrative leave.
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Firing “At-Will” Not the End of the Story

Firing “At-Will” Not the End of the Story August 8, 2013. By Heidi Turner.
New Rochelle, NY Even in at-will states, there is room for a wrongful termination complaint if the fired employee was terminated as a result of discrimination or was terminated in violation of several laws. New York employment law and federal employment law allow an employee to file a New York employment lawsuit if the firing violated federal or New York labor laws.
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Employee of Kentucky Government Files Employment Lawsuit

Employee of Kentucky Government Files Employment Lawsuit July 18, 2013. By Heidi Turner.
Lexington, KY An employee of the Kentucky government has filed a Kentucky employment lawsuit alleging she was abused during her employment. The Kentucky labor lawsuit includes allegations of violations of various labor laws, including verbal abuse from the plaintiff’s employer.
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Working without California Overtime Doesn’t Spell Job Security

Working without California Overtime Doesn’t Spell Job Security May 9, 2013. By Jane Mundy.
Modesto, CA All too often in at-will employment states such as California, people work overtime without compensation because they mistakenly believe that free labor will help secure their jobs. When employees are wrongfully terminated, however, they often retaliate by filing a California overtime lawsuit. Debra is one of those people - she regularly worked 10-hour days and never took a lunch break. “I loved my job, I was dedicated and never asked for overtime but I was terminated anyway,” she says.
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Wrongful Termination Lawsuits on the Rise

Wrongful Termination Lawsuits on the Rise January 5, 2011. By Jane Mundy.
Washington, DC According to a number of insurance companies, wrongful termination lawsuits are on the rise—and they are the single most frequent labor claim. Even though most employment in the US is considered "at will," wrongful employment termination claims have spiked for a number of reasons, mainly because the economy has caused an unprecedented number of lay-offs and terminations.
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Three Men File Wrong Termination Lawsuits Against Wal-Mart

Three Men File Wrong Termination Lawsuits Against Wal-Mart August 9, 2010. By Charles Benson.
Charleston, WV Three separate wrongful termination lawsuits have been filed against Wal-Mart Stores East by three former assistant managers.
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ESPN Facing Wrongful Termination Lawsuit from Former Production

ESPN Facing Wrongful Termination Lawsuit from Former Production June 15, 2010. By Charles Benson.
Hartford, CT ESPN is facing a wrongful termination lawsuit from a former production assistant after a sex scandal with Major League Baseball commentator Steve Phillips led to her dismissal from the sports network.
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