Were You Wrongfully Fired From Your Job In The Film And Entertainment Industry?

The entertainment industry can be a rough environment for employees. The stress usually associated with a position in the industry, coupled with the difficulty of breaking into it, is a burden for many in Southern California. While most employment in the entertainment industry is at will, meaning the employer can terminate without cause, there are exceptions to the at-will employment rule.

If you are a member of a protected class and your employer fires you, you have rights.

At Bononi Law Group, LLP, our attorneys have helped hundreds of clients file suit against their employers for wrongful termination. Our experienced Pasadena wrongful termination lawyers can help you, even if you need to take on the powerful entertainment industry.

Discrimination In The Entertainment Industry

Employers cannot fire an employee in the entertainment industry for any of the following reasons:

  • Gender
  • Age
  • Disability
  • Sexual orientation
  • Pregnancy
  • Race
  • Religion
  • National origin

Retaliation

Wrongful retaliation is also common in the entertainment industry. Retaliation in the workplace occurs when an employer fires or demotes you or denies you a promotion for reporting an illegal action such as discrimination, harassment or a wage and hour violation. Entertainment employers are not allowed to fire you just because you reported or supported someone else's report of an illegal employment law practice.

Entertainment Industry Wrongful Termination FAQs

Are entertainment industry employees protected by employment laws?

Individuals who work in the entertainment industry are protected against discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination and retaliation by employers.

I reported wrongdoing within the company and was let go. What should I do?

If you were fired after reporting the illegal or discriminatory actions of your employer, you maybe the victim of wrongful termination and retaliation. Talk to an attorney who can evaluate your case and help you determine your legal options.

What should I do if I suspect that I was illegally fired?

If you have been fired under suspicious circumstances and believe that the reason for being fired is discriminatory in nature, it is advisable to speak to an employment law attorney. We offer a free consultation where you can ask questions about your potential case.

Contact Our Wrongful Discharge Law Firm

At Bononi Law Group, LLP, we aren't afraid to fight against large corporations, entertainment studios and small entertainment production businesses. Our Hollywood entertainment wrongful termination lawyers have more than 20 years of experience providing skilled legal representation for wrongful termination and retaliatory discharge claims. We represent actors, actresses, producers and others who work in film, television, radio and other sectors of the entertainment industry.

We are passionate about protecting employees' rights throughout California, and we will vigorously advocate for you if your rights were violated by an employer in the entertainment industry.

Contact our Los Angeles law office or call our wrongful termination attorneys at 866-295-7512 today.