There is perhaps no other type of legal issue that causes more misinformation than that devoted to what determines a wrongful termination. Many employees incorrectly believe that they have a case when their employers were well within their rights to let them go.
A bipartisan bill before President Trump awaits his signature to become law. It seeks to clarify whistleblower protections under the law that shield employees of the federal government who disobey their superiors' directives when they violate regulations or are otherwise illegal.
To all California residents who believe you are victims of wrongful termination, we want to tell you that you have some tough decisions to make. If you choose to seek a legal remedy, it probably will not be easy. You will have to weigh the benefits against the risks and decide what a legal action is worth to you.