Mr. Smith, If I would have been terminated "without cause" I could perhaps understand. I was terminated "with cause" which can affect my employability in the future as I am assuming that I will receive a a negative job reference. It REALY aggravates me that I was terminated, and my name slandered without any real proof.Do you have a practice?I am seeking to determine if I have a case? I am also told that there in a time frame for which to file against them but I do not know how long
Country relating to Question: United States
State (if USA): Washington
If I have a case, then I am seeking an attorney to represent me.
I do have a practice but am not licensed in Texas and we do not use this site to solicit business. I am sorry if I offended you in my earlier answer. I completely understand where you are coming from and that is the basis of my questions.
You will have a law suit against your former employer, DynCorp, if they either violated the terms of your contract or if they violated an internal policy relative to your employment. If they did not do one of those two things, you will be hard pressed to win any law suit against Dyncorp.
In your opinion, did they violate the terms of your employment contract with your termination or the terms of their employee handbook? I ask these questions to be better suited to point you in the right direction in pursuing a law suit against them.
9 years practicing IP law and general litigation
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