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Fear Wrongful Termination? Here’s What NOT to Do.

The most common advice around wrongful termination tends to focus on what an employee should do to avoid wrongful termination or what steps to take after suffering wrongful termination. In this blog, we take a different approach. We thought it important to provide a guideline of what a worker should not do if facing wrongful termination.

Worried You're About to Be Wrongfully Terminated? Read this.

Workers who fear they may be facing wrongful termination may feel anxiety and a sense of helplessness. But there are steps workers can take to gain a sense of control and empowerment. With the assistance of an experienced employment attorney, workers can negotiate their way through a confusing and emotionally taxing work environment either to preserve their job, maximize a severance offer, or gather evidence to support a claim for wrongful termination. 

Press Release--March 23, 2023--Financial Partners Credit Union Case

On March 23, 2023, Olsen Law Offices filed a disability discrimination and wrongful termination case against Financial Partners Credit Union.The case was filed in San Diego Superior Court, case no. 37-2023-00012117-CU-WT-CTL. 

IPVM Picks Up Story About Our Client's Case Against Dahua Tech. USA

Mar 22, 2023 — by Chris Olsen
Tags: Fmla Cfra Wrongful Termination Retaliation Harassment

On March 22, 2023 IPVM, a news source that covers the surviellance and technology industry, published an article concerning our client's case against Dahua Technology USA, Inc. 

Can I Protect My Job If I Report My Employer for Illegal Activities?

Mar 16, 2023 — by Chris Olsen
Tags: Retaliation Protected Activities Wrongful Termination Defamation

Can I Report Illegal Activities by My Employer Without Getting Fired? This is one of those questions that have the ideal-legal answer and a more practical, real life response. Under the law, you have a right to report an employer's illegal activities without fear of retaliation. That's the ideal under the law. But in real life, if you discover that your employer is engaged in unlawful activities, then repoting your employer could put your job at risk, and you may face retaliation from your employer. Keep in mind that your employer is likely not stupid enough to tell you that the reason you're being termianted is because you engaged in a protected activity such as reporting illegal acts. Instead, what your employer will do is terminate you for some other reason--any other reason, incluidng no reason. While this doesn't stop them from wronfully terminating you--and it certainly won't prevent you from filing a retaliation/wrongful termiantion case.

Pretext in Wrongful Termination--The Cover Up to Wrongful Termination

Mar 9, 2023 — by Chris Olsen
Tags: Pretext Wrongful Termination Discrimination

Employers who wrongfully terminate employees based on discriminatory reasons rarely (almost never) admit the discriminatory basis as the reason for termination. Instead, employers will use false or misleading reasons to hide the discriminatory basis. Thses false or misleading reasons are referred to as "pretext." This blog entry provides an overview of pretext and how we can prove it. 

Press Release--March 7, 2023--Financial Partners Credit Union

Olsen Law Offices has a pending investigation into the termination of Financial Partners Credit Union employee. The former employee claims Financial Patners Credit Union unlawfully terminated him after he suffered a seizure while at work at Financial Partners Credit Union's San Diego location. No case has yet been filed and Olsen Law Offices believes that Financial Partners Credit Union will deny the employee's allegations and assert that its termination decision was consistent with Calfiornia law. 

Press Release--March 7, 2023--Dahua Technology USA, Inc.

Olsen Law Offices, APC files a civil lawsuit for wrongful termination, violations of the California Family Rights Act and Family Medical Leave Act, retaliation, and defamation against Defendant Dahua Technology USA, Inc. 

Wrongful Termination Cases

Feb 27, 2014 — by Chris Olsen
Tags: Wrongful Termination Employment Law

People who have been fired for unjust or unwarranted reasons have legal advocates here at our firm. Read on to learn how our employment law attorneys can help you.

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