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“Best Practices for Avoiding Claims in the Employee Lifecycle, From Hiring Through Termination – Part 3: Termination Without Litigation,” Inside Counsel

December 4, 2015
Caroline J. Berdzik

“Although many employees are employed ‘at will,’ that legal concept unfortunately does not insulate employers from liability following the termination of an employee, write  Caroline J. Berdzik and Melissa M. Ferrara, attorneys in Goldberg Segalla’s Employment and Labor practice group.

In the final installment of their three-part series for Inside Counsel, Caroline and Melissa explore a number of proactive and practical steps employers can take to protect against the threat of wrongful termination claims and allegations of discrimination, harassment, or retaliation following the ending of an employment relationship.