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It is unlawful for an employer to discriminate against an employee because that employee belongs to a “protected class.” Such “protected classes” include, but are not limited to, age, disability, race/religion, sexual orientation, and other classes recognized by law. Further, an employer is not permitted to fire employees upon the occurrence of certain “protected activities” which include, but are not limited to, refusing to engage in unlawful activity, reporting unlawful activity, or taking a medical leave of absence.

It is always recommended that you consult with an attorney competent in these areas in order to determine the merits of your case.