Wrongful Termination

California law provides that when an employer terminates an employee in violation of fundamental principles of public policy, the discharged employee can sue and potentially recover damages available in such actions.

Generally, cases regarding violation of public policy fall into four categories: (1) refusing to engage in unlawful conduct; (2) performing a task that is statutorily required (3) exercising a constitutional right; and (4) reporting unlawful conduct.

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