It paid to do the right thing. An employment law case involving retaliation.
Imagine you are an office manager in a company, working diligently to follow correct accounting procedure. When you learn of improper accounting practices at your firm, you complain and then are retaliated against by your company. The $1,300,000 settlement we secured for this woman was after she alleged that she was terminated in retaliation for reporting her firm’s improper accounting practices. The Cause of Action sought wage loss, emotional distress and other damages under the Conscientious Employee Protection Act. (Attorney Greg Noble handled the case.)