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Wrongful termination suits can be based on the following types of violations:
So, for example, if the employment practice has been not to take away pensions and for some reason they are singling you out for this punishment, yes, you could have a viable wrongful termination claim.
So, there must be some procedures in place that address when and under what circumstances the city can take the pension. They must uniformly either apply those rules and procedures. It cannot be done on a selective basis. Without seeing all those internal regulations, I am somewhat limited here.