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New YorkWrongful Termination Lawyers in Saratoga County, New York

The laws for wrongful termination or discharge vary widely from state to state. In an "at-will employment" state, which includes most states, employers may hire or fire for any cause or for no cause at all. If the reason for termination or discharge, however, is a pretext for some underlying illegal reason, then it may be considered wrongful termination. Illegal reason to terminate an employee under New York law and the Federal Civil Rights Act can include retaliation for filing a claim of discrimination, sexual harassment, or hostile work environment. Likewise, retaliation after a whistleblower action can be considered wrongful termination. Contact an attorney for legal advice about a wrongful termination case in Saratoga County, New York.

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Scott M. Peterson

Scott M. Peterson
D'Orazio Peterson, LLP
125 High Rock Avenue
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Licensed for 15 years, Scott M. Peterson is a Medical Malpractice and Employment Law lawyer who attended Albany Law School... read more >

Giovanna D'Orazio

Giovanna D'Orazio
D'Orazio Peterson, LLP
145 High Rock Avenue
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Licensed for 13 years, Giovanna D'Orazio is a Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice lawyer who attended Albany Law School... read more >

Ronald Joseph Kim

Ronald Joseph Kim
Law Offices Of Ronald J. Kim, Pc
3257 U.S. 9 Ste 5
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Licensed for 30 years, Ronald Joseph Kim is a Employment Law and Consumer Law lawyer who attended Fordham University School of Law... read more >

Sarah Jennifer Burger

Sarah Jennifer Burger
Burger Law Group Pllc
63 Putnam St Ste 202
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Licensed for 9 years, Sarah Jennifer Burger is a Employment Law lawyer who attended Villanova Univ. School of Law... read more >
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The NELA strives toward a world where employees are paid a living wage, that is free of employment discrimination, harassment or wrongful termination.


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