Employment Law Questions? Ask an Employment Lawyer.
You can sue the employee and the employer for your damages. However, if you were an employee at will (with no signed employment agreement), the employer can terminate you for any reason or for no reason at all so long as the reason for the termination is not any of the prohibited grounds of race, gender, age (40 and over), national origin, religion, or the like. So, you would not have a wrongful termination claim if you do not fall under any of the protected classes.
The lawsuit would be filed at the Superior Court in the County where the employer is located. You can use the link below to find the Courthouse and Court forms:
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