Wrongful Termination:


Categories of wrongful discharge cases, include but are not limited to the following:

  • Fair Employment and Housing: protects employees from being terminated because of their disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, sexual orientation or military and veteran status
    • False Claims Act: protects employees who report false monetary claims by their employers against state or local governments or who initiate proceedings against their employers based on such claims
    • Labor Code 6310(b) prohibits discrimination or discharge for complaining about unsafe work conditions or practices.
    • Labor Code § 1102.5 prohibits retaliation, including but not limited to wrongful termination, against employees for disclosing information to a governmental agency or to an employee with authority over the employee about illegal conduct committed by the employer
    • Labor Code § 98.6 prohibits retaliation, including but not limited to wrongful termination, against employees who complain about the employers illegal Wage and hour policies
    • Labor Code 230(a) prohibits discrimination or discharge based on an employee’s performing jury service
    • Labor Code 230(a) prohibits discrimination against a domestic violence victim who takes time off to seek judicial relief.

Firing at-will employees involve terminations related to:

  • Discrimination (sex, disability, sexual orientation, religion, age, etc.)
  • Employee exercising his or her rights such as blowing the whistle on illegal conduct in the workplace or refusing to engage in such illegal conduct. Common examples include:
    • Reporting discrimination or harassment
    • Complaining about workplace safety or hazards
    • Requesting reasonable accommodations because of a disability
    • Taking medical leave,
    • Reporting an employee’s illegal conduct, such as fraud
    • Refusing to lie to a government agency

Duel Law Firm has successfully obtained multiple six and seven figure payouts on behalf of individual employee and class action matters. We have extensive experience representing aggrieved employees in matters involving discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wage and hour violations, and wrongful termination.Duel Law Firm protects the rights of countless employees seeking to secure compensation and justice after being victimized by their employers. Duel Law Firm is dedicated to protecting the rights of all employees in the workplace. Below, you can find a portfolio of a few of the employment matters that we have handled, as well as the general areas in Employment Law that the Firm specializes in. 

Prior to forming Duel Law Firm, PC, Jasmine Duel was a partner at a premiere boutique law firm specializing in plaintiff’s employment law and general civil litigation. Jasmine Duel’s primary expertise is in employment law. She understands both the emotional and financial implications of employment claims, and understands that employment claims are personal and sensitive. Such claims often arise throughout the course of an employee’s dedicated and loyal service to an employer who ultimately abuses its power and illegally discriminates or retaliates against the employee, leaving the employee helpless. Ms. Duel has made it her mission to effectively represent such aggrieved employees.

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