Los Angeles Retaliation by Employer Attorneys
Skilled Employment Lawyers Fighting for Your Rights
Employees are protected from employer retaliation by a variety of statutes, as well as the common law doctrine of wrongful termination in violation of public policy. If you complained about discrimination, harassment, or unlawful activity in the workplace and your employer retaliated against you, call Feldman Browne Olivares. Our retaliation by employer lawyers in Los Angeles can help you determine if your rights were violated and whether you are entitled to compensation.
Retaliation for Discrimination Complaints
If you complained about discrimination due to race, age, disability, gender, age, or another protected class and your employer retaliated against you for making a complaint, the employer is in violation of the law. The California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) which prohibits discrimination also prohibits retaliation against an employee for making a complaint.
Whistleblower Protections in California
Whistleblowers play an important role in warning others in society about fraud and unlawful activity. Various California whistleblower statutes prohibit employers from firing an employee in retaliation for engaging in whistleblowing. Our retaliation by employer attorneys in Los Angeles have represented numerous employees in wrongful termination cases that arise from whistleblowing activities.
Employers are prohibited from retaliating against employees for:
- Complaining about or reporting unlawful conduct
- Reporting unethical conduct
- Reporting incidents of fraud
- Refusing to engage in unlawful or unethical conduct
If you believe your employer has fired you or retaliated against you in another way for complaining about or refusing to participate in unlawful or unethical conduct, you may want to consult with an attorney to learn about your legal rights. We can evaluate your case in a free consultation to determine if your rights have been violated and if you are entitled to compensation.
We can evaluate your case and advise you of your legal options. Call (310) 984-1415 to schedule an appointment for a consultation.