Trust Attorney Anthony B. Gordon to handle your Wrongful Termination case

Wrongful termination cases between employees and employers can be very complex. California law provides the parameters that establish whether a termination was in accordance with the law or not, and Attorney Anthony B. Gordon understands how to protect the rights of California workers.

Federal law prohibits the termination of employees based on race, sex, religion, or national origin. This means no worker can be discriminated based on the color of their skin, their gender, religion, or where they come from, and if violated can be grounds for wrongful termination.

California is recognized as an At-Will employment state, meaning that unless there’s a specified contract between employer and employee, the employer can terminate the employment relationship at will, for any or no reason. Anthony B. Gordon understands that every law is open to interpretation, and exceptions can arise depending on each circumstance.

As a large majority of California employees are voluntarily “At Will” employees, understanding the nuances of California labor law can help you avoid being taken advantage of by employers. Anthony B. Gordon is California’s wrongful termination expert and can prove the conditions that caused a wrongful termination whether you’re an “At-Will” employee or have a contract with your employer.

Even as a “protected” contract employee, the conditions for wrongful termination could have caused you to resign your position. Work conditions deteriorating caused by an employer can cause for, what is known in labor law as, constructive discharge. If you believe this has happened to you or a loved one, Anthony B. Gordon can hold an employer accountable for disingenuously letting an employee go.

The United States has had a long, and troubled history when it comes to labor law. So, when you feel like you’ve been wrongfully terminated by an employer, contact Attorney Anthony B. Gordon. He’ll work hard to protect your rights and the rights of all California employees.