Wrongful Termination

Wrongful termination law provides the rules for determining whether the firing of an employee was proper, and the remedies available if it was not. This area of the law is primarily concerned with violations of express or implied employment contracts.

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      by HG.org

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      by HG.org

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      by HG.org

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      by HG.org

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      by HG.org

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