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It is illegal for employers to require their employees to waive the ability to bring claims for future wrongful termination. If you were presented with an agreement that required you to waive your right to sue your employer in the future or you were fired for refusing to sign such an agreement, you may be able to pursue legal action. If you would like to speak with any attorney about your rights, please contact our Civil Rights and Impact Litigation practice group.

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If you believe your rights have been violated, or have questions about your rights, please contact us for a free consultation via toll-free telephone at (800) 668-7984 or by submitting the form. Ottinger Employment Attorneys handle cases locally and nationwide. The information you provide will be kept confidential.

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Wonderful Experience working with the Ottinger Firm! I was upset and very emotional after losing my job. The attorneys at the firm were very patient, caring and knowledgeable. They fought for me and won! Candith J.
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Everybody at this firm was helpful, thorough, and knew what they were doing! They efficiently managed to get results. Any questions I had were answered with depth. The process in which they work made things feel very at ease when it came to the case I hired them for. I would highly recommend this firm! Christian S.
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I never hesitate to recommend Robert Ottinger to friends and family. He is thoughtful, responsive, realistic in managing expectations, an expert in employment law and really cares about helping people with their employment situations. I'm grateful for the help he has provided to me Amy Z.
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Thank you to the Ottinger firm for taking our case, fighting for us and getting positive results. When a business does not pay you what you are owed and you want results, The Ottinger firm is your go to! Robin H.