Bowie Wrongful Termination Lawyers

Find the right Wrongful Termination attorney in Bowie, MD

Most employment in Maryland considered to be "at-will". This means that either the employer or employee can terminate the employment at any particular moment, and for any reason. The only general exception in "at-will" employment arrangements is that the termination may not be done for reasons which violate the law.

Employment not falling in the "at will" category is subject to different limitations and requirements, so you should be sure to know the classification of your work setup. Arrangements for employment that are under a defined term contract are not "at will", and can only be terminated according to the clauses contained in the agreement.

What are the Illegal Grounds for Terminating At Will Employment in Maryland?

In a Maryland at-will employment, discrimination is the most common unlawful ground for terminating an employee. Termination by an employer cannot be done on the basis of race, nationality, gender, or religion. An employer also may not fire an at-will employee in retaliation for the employee prompting an investigation into discrimination or filing a legal claim of discrimination against the Bowie employer.

Also, employers are prohibited by the Family and Medical Leave act from firing those employees who take leave in order to address family or medical concerns. Finally, employees are protected from being terminated by their employer for performing a legal obligation, exercising their legal rights, or for refusing to participate in an illegal act.

Do I Need a Maryland Attorney for My Wrongful Termination Case?

Attorneys in Bowie, Maryland may be able to inform you as to whether a wrongful termination has occurred, and can assist you in preparing the required documents for your case. There may also be unique or unfamiliar procedures, and an attorney can guide you through these as well.

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Life in Bowie

Bowie is the largest city in Prince George's County and the fifth most populous in the state of Maryland. The city was founded in 1882 when the Baltimore Potomac Railroad Company began construction of a rail line connecting to southern Maryland. There are over 50,000 residents of Bowie today who enjoy the city's rich history which is displayed at the Huntington Railroad Museum. The museum acts as a welcome center and displays pictures and various Bowie artifacts in the original stations which have been beautifully restored.

Bowie is popular among families and students alike with a plethora of schools including public, private, and institutions of higher learning like Bowie State University. There's a host of lawyers in the city too. Lawyers in Bowie take nearly every kind of case and are familiar with consulting clients in many different areas of law, working with you to decide what's best. Other attractions include the Bowie Baysox, a baseball team. Bowie isn't a notably affluent city but the median income for residents is ,670 and the city boasts that less than 2% of the population is below the poverty line.    

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