Happy to answer your follow ups, which I will do in caps below each.
Would you please explain what you meant saying: "Practically you need to accept that the backdrop of an employment at will gives man agent broad discretion and legally can make wrong and poor decisions." ? - Sorry I did not quite understand it.
BY THIS I MEAN THE EMPLOYER CAN DO ALMOST ANYTHING IT WANTS EVEN WRITE UP AN EMPLOYEE FOR MISTAKEN AND IMPROPER REASONS BAR LIMITED EXCEPTIONS (DISCRIMINATION, RETALIATION, BREAKING A LAW)
Then you are saying that "Having a lawyer reach out" can make things more complicated? Right?
I WOULD NOT HAVE A LAWYER REACH OUT AS A FIRST STEP. TRY TO REASON WITH THEM AS WE DISCUSSED FIRST ON YOUR OWN. HAVING A LAWYER REACH OUT IS A SECOND STEP BUT CARRIES SOME RISK THAT THEY WONT WANT TO CONTINUE TO EMPLOY YOU.
To tell you the truth I would rather avoid law suites. I did not have any conflicts of this sort before and would rather resolve this peacefully.
But just in case, would you provide for me that lookup directory which I can quickly use to find a local lawyer to handle my case if I get (God Forbid!) desperate and helpless?
MARTINDALE.COM AND FINDLAW.COM ARE EXCELLENT ONES AND USED BY LAWYERS TOO.
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