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Unlawful Termination Case Seattle Attorney

When you are ready to take your unlawful termination case to the next level, please contact one of our Portland or Seattle business attorneys. Our Oregon and Washington offices are available for consultations.

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Defending against Unlawful Termination

Unlawful Termination Case Portland Attorney
Is your company facing a claim for unlawfully terminating an employee? Claims of unlawful termination can present a serious threat to your company, especially if you do not carry substantial insurance to cover your exposure. You may face a variety of different claims, and it is imperative that you seek sound advice to defend yourself. Damages and verdicts in unlawful termination claims can often be substantial – you will need expert and dedicated assistance to give yourself the best chance of success. Our corporate attorneys offer assistance in cases that need unlawful termination defense. We also help you build a strong legal foundation for your business to minimize the risk for cases like this.

Expert advice can also help you avoid trouble in the first place. An employment attorney can help you develop or refine internal company policies and procedures to minimize the risk of unlawful termination. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

Prevent Unlawful Termination

As Partner for the Entrepreneur, we are proud to help employers avoid the wrongful termination of employees, as well as to defend them when called to do so. As passionate advocates for the rights of our neighbors, we are equally proud to protect the rights of employees with serious cases. You can often prevent legal action by making sure you have solid procedures and rules in place for your company. However, if you have experienced unlawful termination or if you have been falesy accused of a such a claim, please give us a call. We offer free consultations in Portland and Seattle, but act quickly, before the statute of limitations runs out on your case.