With the emergence of the MeToo movement, blatant employment violations in the entertainment industry continue to surface. Our attorneys have helped countless victims working in all fields and levels in the industry, including for claims arising out of harassment, discrimination, wage and hour violations, and wrongful termination. If you need a Los Angeles wrongful termination lawyer, you may contact the Azadian Law Group, PC to evaluate your potential case.
Most people never understand how complex the entertainment industry is. Do you know how many people it takes to make a movie or show come to life? It is so much more than just the actors and directors.
There is no single employer when it comes to this business. In fact, most of the people who work in this business work through small companies that employ fewer than ten people.
Just like any other industry, discrimination and retaliation are prevalent in this business. Hollywood was also the birthplace of the “Me Too” movement, which has put the spotlight on many industry problems with sexual assault and harassment.
Although most entertainment jobs are “at will,” that does not mean you can be terminated when the reason involves:
Yes, entertainment industry workers are protected at both the federal and state levels. You are protected against harassment, discrimination, wrongful termination, and retaliation by your employers.
These cases can become complex. In most instances, an employer will not make it obvious they fired you for an illegal reason. Rather, they will come up with some alternate reason like “poor job performance” or “unprofessional behavior.” Your attorney will help you get to the bottom of what happened and find the evidence you need for a successful case.
If you have been wrongfully terminated from your job in the entertainment industry, let the Azadian Law Group, PC be your voice. We have experience protecting workers in all industries in Southern Californian, and we are ready to get to work on your case. Let our knowledgeable and experienced team investigate what happened so we can secure the compensation you need. This can include:
If you need a Los Angeles wrongful termination attorney, you can contact us for a free consultation by clicking here or calling us at 213-229-9031.