Fighting Wrongful Termination In New York City
Have you been terminated from your job? Do you feel your termination was wrongful? Generally, an employer can fire an employee for almost any reason. At the Law Office of Sandra D. Parker in New York City, we provide aggressive representation in meritorious wrongful termination cases. We leave no stone unturned in our representation of wronged employees.
Do you think you have been fired wrongfully? Contact our experienced New York City wrongful termination attorney, Sandra D. Parker. Call 212-317-2883 or send us an email.
A wrongful termination takes place when the termination was:
- Discriminatory: Employers cannot fire employees because of their gender, sex, race, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age or disability.
- Retaliatory: Employers cannot fire employees for engaging in a protected activity such as taking leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act or reporting sexual harassment or other illegal activity.
- In violation of an employment contract: Employees who have employment contracts can be fired only for violation of that contract.
- Constructive firing: Employers cannot make the workplace so unbearable that an employee is forced to leave his or her job.
Wrongful Termination And Securities
The Law Office of Sandra D. Parker has experience handling wrongful termination claims for investment bankers and other professionals employed in the securities industry. These matters are often subject to mandatory arbitration administered by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).
Sandra D. Parker has handled many FINRA arbitrations. She has represented former employees before FINRA regarding wrongful termination for discriminatory reasons, retaliation and failure to pay shares earned by the former employees.
Are You A Wrongfully Fired Employee? Call Us Today.
Call us at 212-317-2883 to arrange for a consultation with a skilled New York wrongful termination lawyer. The Law Office of Sandra D. Parker is in the Rockefeller Center area, close to St. Patrick’s Cathedral.