Wrongful discharge

The term wrongful discharge describes a situation in which an employer terminates or effectively forces out an employee in violation of federal or state laws protecting individual employee rights.  Examples of such violations are employer acts of discrimination, privacy invasion, fraud, or slander.  A claim of wrongful discharge also may arise when an employer discharges an employee in breach of an employment contract.  Wrongful discharge commonly occurs as a result of an employer’s retaliation against an employee’s lawful activity.

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