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Denver Wrongful Discharge

The phrase is a mouthful: wrongful discharge in violation of public policy. The charge is leveled against employers who respond to employees who inform on illegal activities by firing them. Employers, perhaps imagining that they can fire any employee at will, terminate whistleblowers. Thus they wrongfully discharge the whistleblowing employee.

Help Is on the Way for Whistleblowers Who Have Been Fired

If you have passed on information of dangerous or fraudulent activity within your company, and your company responded by cutting you loose, a legal remedy is available to you in the form of a lawsuit. At the Denver firm of Cross Liechty Lane, employment attorney Robert Liechty files suits against companies that retaliate against informants.

Wrongful discharge is not the only unlawful action employers take. Discriminating against informants in any way — denying promotion, exiling the whistleblower to another job or location as punishment, or any act of intimidation or harassment that creates a hostile work environment, is explicitly forbidden by law.If you feel you have been terminated, discriminated against or harassed because you informed against your employer, contact Robert Liechty at 303-333-4122. A brief conversation will tell if you have a strong case against your wrongful termination.

Wrongful Discharge Claims Attorney in Colorado

Robert Liechty of Cross Liechty Lane in Greenwood Village, Colorado, firm handles employment law matters at all stages of a dispute, whether or not they involve whistleblowing, all the way from investigations of the workplace to state and federal courts. Robert Liechty knows Colorado’s employers and workers, and he knows the intricacies of state and federal employment law. Because we know the arguments of opposing counsel, we are able to devise creative strategies to prosecute a suit or to defend against it.To discuss your case, call him at 303-333-4122. Or write our office using this online form.We offer a free initial consultation to help you make confident decisions. You can count on our honesty and willingness to address your questions and concerns about wrongful terminations head-on.

Robert M. Liechty

Attorney at Law

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