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Mitchell Pollack & Associates PLLC

Providing trusted legal counsel for credit unions, banks, businesses and individuals in the Tri-state area since 1989.

Here To Help If You Have Been Wrongfully Terminated

In New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, most employment relationships fall into a category called “at-will” employment. Simply put, at-will means there is no contract involved; the employee is free to quit at any time and the employer can fire an employee at any time and for any reason, as long as the reason is lawful.

Wrongful termination occurs when an employee is dismissed for an unlawful reason, such as complaining about sexual harassment. At Mitchell Pollack & Associates PLLC, our attorneys have decades of experience helping employees who were dismissed for unlawful reasons. We have vast experience counseling businesses in employment issues, and we know what is and is not permissible when it comes to termination.

If you feel you were a victim of wrongful termination, call our White Plains lawyers at 914-610-3418 to schedule a meeting.

Recognizing The Signs Of Wrongful Termination

Our attorneys are familiar with the state and federal laws that protect employees from unlawful termination. Under those laws, an employer cannot fire an employee:

  • On account of his or her race, sexual orientation, gender, ethnicity, religion, age or disability
  • Because he or she files a workers’ compensation claim
  • Because he or she files a sexual harassment complaint
  • Because he or she reports illegal conduct (blows the whistle)
  • Because he or she takes time off under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

Were You Wrongfully Discharged?

The first step to making sense of your situation is to consult with one of our skilled New York employment law attorneys. Tell us your story and we will give you an honest evaluation of your legal options. If you were indeed the victim of wrongful termination, we can help you pursue back pay, front pay, reinstatement or any other appropriate types of redress.

Schedule A Consultation To Discuss Your Case

If you believe you were fired for an illegal reason, call the lawyers of Mitchell Pollack & Associates at 914-610-3418 or contact us online. Our offices are in Tarrytown, New York, and Mahwah, New Jersey. We offer the skilled, broad-ranging representation and experience of a big firm, with the personal, individualized service of a smaller one.