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Posted on July 7, 2017

Even if they have done everything “right”, employers who terminate employees will sometimes get sued. So, if doing things by the book is not enough, what is? The answer is to avoid doing the things that might inspire a former employee to visit an attorney. In this article, an attorney who has been litigating employment claims for over 20 years shares four lessons she has learned.

Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta clients should contact us before terminating an employee for advice on how to avoid legal problems.

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