Wrongful Termination

It is wrongful for an employer to terminate an employee for a reason that violates established public policy or in retaliation for the exercise of a right related to the employee's employment. A wrongful termination claim will arise only when no statutory remedy is available, or the statutory remedy that is available is not adequate to cover all aspects of damages suffered by the employee.

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