Wrongful Termination

Holding Employers Accountable

In the state of New York, most employees are considered to be working “at will,” meaning they can be fired without reason. That said, you cannot be fired for an improper or illegal reason. Wrongful termination can occur:

  • When you are fired in violation of your employment contract or collective bargaining agreement;
  • When you are fired for discriminatory reasons like age, sex, or race; or
  • When you are fired for raising concerns about discriminatory, illegal, or unsafe conduct in your workplace


Here at The Howley Law Firm, we strongly believe that employers should be held accountable for their actions. We take great satisfaction in working closely with employees and resolving their employment issues in an efficient, fair, and beneficial manner. 

If you believe you have been wrongfully fired, give us a call at 212-601-2728 to explore the legal options at your disposal. Our attentive lawyers are standing by to address your questions and concerns.