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Understanding the LawIf you’ve been fired, you may be wondering if your employer was within his or her rights to terminate you. Wrongful discharge can also happen inadvertently if an employer doesn’t understand all of the laws specific to them in their state. But with so much downsizing, layoffs are inevitable, and in many instances an employer’s decision to terminate may be well within the law.

If you’re confused about how termination laws work, start here to find out if you might have a case. Please note that this does not constitute legal advice, but is simply meant to guide you to the decision that’s best for you.

Overview of Wrongful Termination Laws
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Do I Have a Case?
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Top Ten Reasons Not to Sue

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How to Protect Yourself
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