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Fired for Whistleblowing in California: Terminated for Disclosing Employer's illegal Acts

Have you been wrongfully terminated after disclosing your California employer's illegal acts to an outside state or Federal agency? It is unlawful for a California employer to retaliate or wrongfully terminate a California employee because that employee disclosed the employer's illegal conduct to an outside State or Federal agency. 

If you have reported your California employer to a governmental agency and have since suffered an adverse employment action by your current or former California employer please contact our California employment lawyer today for a FREE case evaluation.