Wrongful Termination
What is At Will Employment?

All states have adopted “at-will” employment to some degree, which allows employees to quit their jobs at any time without advanced notice. At will employment also allows an employer to fire or lay off an employee at any time without needing to give a reason. Employers will typically ask employees to sign contracts that enforces the terms of at will employment. There are some exceptions to the contracts as they help to protect the company from losing valuable information and protects an employee from having their personal information shared.

Defending against a Wrongful Termination Lawsuit

Although our firm would prefer to advise clients so that they are not subject to a wrongful termination lawsuits, we understand that it is not always possible to safeguard against this type of claim. If you have been sued by a former employee for wrongfully termination, contact our office as soon as possible. Because of the short statute of limitations that may apply to these types of claims, it is important that the employer seek legal counsel immediately so that its counsel will have sufficient time to prepare to defend the company against the claim. Contact Tony M. May, P.C. to discuss your wrongful termination case as soon as possible at (702)-388-0404.