Employment Law

How to find the right course of action when everything seems to have fallen apart at your job:

Advocating for workplace rights

Employment laws protect workers from their employers’ discriminatory and retaliatory actions. As attorneys of the law, we demand that companies adhere to these statutes and pursue compensation when they fail to comply in cases involving:

  • Wrongful termination
  • Whistle blowing
  • Sexual harassment
  • Defamation
  • Negligent infliction of emotional distress
  • Intentional infliction of emotional distress
  • Privacy issues
  • Fraud
  • Wrongful termination

Certain classes of people are protected from employment discharge under federal and Utah laws. Our employment tort lawyers advise you in cases involving wrongful termination in violation of:

  • Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
  • Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
  • Workers Compensation Act
  • Age Discrimination in Employment Act
  • Civil Rights Act
  • Equal Pay Act
  • Pregnancy Discrimination Act
  • Immigration Reform and Control Act
  • Protection of whistleblowers

Whistleblowers have been responsible for exposing potentially dangerous workplace conditions, environmental hazards, consumer safety issues, investment fraud, pyramid schemes and illegal activities.

The law recognizes the essential role that ethical, conscientious workers play in investigations and prosecutions of unlawful and harmful corporate activities.

If you report your employer or co-workers for breaking the law, whistleblower statutes protect you from retaliatory discharge, demotions or other forms of discrimination. Our team advocates for your rights to compensation when employers violate these crucial workplace regulations.

Contact Us

If you have any questions about your case call us now at (801)303-5800 or email us at ssc@ccplawyers.com so you can find out about your case. Feel free to set up an appointment so we can help you receive the compensation you deserve.  For our records, when you call in please mention the code 15-G so we can schedule a free 30 minute consultation for you.


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