Employment Contract Dispute
Employer-employee relationships may sometimes be based upon complex employment contracts, which often provide certain protections for the employee. When an employer violates the terms of an employment contract, the employee may be able to bring a breach of contract action against the employer. Likewise, if an employee breaches a provision of an employment contract, he or she may be liable to the employer for any damages resulting from that breach of contract.
If an employer breaches the terms of an employment contract, it can be held liable and required to pay damages to the employee. Examples of common breach of contract claims include:
- Termination in breach of the contract
- Failure to honor contract
- Promissory estoppel
- Misrepresentation in violation of California Labor Code
- Violation of a severance agreement
- Failure to pay commission, a bonus, or other compensation
If you are facing a potential breach of contract, it is important to consult with an employment attorney before filing a claim. The Rizzo Law Firm is dedicated to assisting employees who have been wronged by their employers. Contact The Rizzo Law Firm today for a free consultation.
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