Discrimination, Harassment & Wrongful Termination

Discrimination, Harassment & Wrongful Termination

While most non-union employees can be fired without cause or good reason, an employer cannot fire an employee for reasons contrary to law. Likewise, an employer cannot treat employees differently on the basis of race, sex, national origin, sexual preference, age, or other protected characteristics, nor may an employer fire or otherwise retaliate against an employee for exposing wrongdoing, opposing harassment, or asserting statutory rights.

The attorneys at Farrell & Thurman, P.C., have decades of expereince advising employers on compliance with workplace laws and representing clients in disputes before state and federal courts and agencies. Our attorneys also advise executives and employees who have been denied advancement, been wrongfully terminated, or experienced harassment or retalitation.

If you wish to discuss your legal options, Farrell & Thurman, P.C., offers a variety of convenient ways to schedule a free no-pressure consultation. You may do so directly on our website (Schedule A Consult), via phone (609-924-1115), or by email (Contact Us).

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