Brooklyn, NY asked in Employment Discrimination and Employment Law for New York

Q: the question is if you are hired for over a year and the employer is unsatisfied he can fire you “at will” but is it

Legal to “push” you out. Look for methods to get you out of your job. I have was push put but not by conventional methods

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V. Jonas Urba
V. Jonas Urba
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A: Was the pushing discriminatory? If so, how will you prove that? Employment lawyers spend many hours, months, even years proving cases that some employees erroneously believe are easy to prove.

No employment discrimination case is a slam dunk. Call many employment lawyers to discuss if there is discrimination. The first call to many is often no charge. If the facts sound strong some might consider contingent fee representation but dont expect quick results. Patience is a virtue.

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