Although at-will termination is the default rule for employment relationships in California, this rule can change if there is a contract between an employee and employer. Employment contracts can take several forms, including:
If you did work for your employer, but your employer failed to keep its end of the bargain, we can file a lawsuit on your behalf to recover damages as a result of your employer’s breach. Damages can often be hard to compute in breach of contract actions. Our law firm has experience with oral contracts, written contracts, and implied contracts. If your contractual rights have been violated, call us today so we can assess your case.
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