Wrongful termination defense

Protecting Employers’ Rights

When a former employee accuses an organization of wrongful termination, the business faces serious problems. Wrongful termination defense can cost companies massive amounts of money and time. If the process is drawn out, it can not only drain the business’s resources, but also dampen employee morale. To protect your company’s interests in such a matter, turn to an experienced wrongful termination defense attorney.

At Simpson, Garrity, Innes & Jacuzzi, P.C., we provide aggressive defense for businesses accused of unlawful termination practices. Our skilled legal team is composed of shareholders and associates who have extensive litigation experience in both state and federal courts. We possess in-depth knowledge of California and federal employment laws, which we draw on when representing corporate clients throughout California.

Experienced Wrongful Termination Defense

Typically, wrongful termination cases are initiated by civil complaints stating that a dismissal violated public policy and/or a statute in some manner. These claims often include:

  • Retaliation
  • Discrimination
  • Drug-testing policies
  • Whistleblowing claims
  • Non-compete agreements

At Simpson, Garrity, Innes & Jacuzzi, P.C., our highly trained lawyers have experience protecting the rights of employers in civil litigation in both state and federal courts. We understand the unique challenges presented in the full range of employment law matters and are prepared to handle even your business’s most challenging case. As your legal team, we will strive to prove the complaint against your business is unique to the former employee and does not represent a legal violation.

Consult With a Knowledgeable Attorney

To discuss how our legal team can help you with wrongful termination defense, contact Paul V. Simpson, Ronald F. Garrity or Marc L. Jacuzzi online or call our South San Francisco office locally at 650-615-4860. Our firm has received an AV Peer Review Rating* through Martindale-Hubbell.*

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