California and federal laws protect employees who blow the whistle on their employers and report, either to their employers or to governmental agencies, such things as: (a)  corporate fraud; (b)  health and safety violations; (c)  criminal activities of the employer; (d)  overbilling of the employer’s customers; (e) hiring of illegal aliens;  (f) unfair and deceptive business practices (for example, an auto dealer employer defrauding its customers); or (g) failure by the employer to properly pay overtime wages.

Retaliation for blowing the whistle on unlawful activity can take many forms, from a demotion or a denied promotion to a wrongful termination of your employment.  These retaliatory acts by your employer are strictly prohibited and should not be tolerated.

If you  believe you have been retaliated for making a similar complaint, you may be entitled to “whistleblower” protection and relief.  Our dedicated employment attorneys can help.  For more information and a free consultation with one of our experienced attorneys call us at 949-260-9131.


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