PHILADELPHIA EMPLOYMENT LAWYERS: WRONGFUL TERMINATION LAWSUIT FILED

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On February 17, 2016, Philadelphia wrongful termination lawyer, Sidney L. Gold, of Sidney L. Gold & Associates, filed a complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania against Good Shepherd Penn Partners on behalf of his client alleging discrimination and wrongful termination. According to the lawsuit, Good Shepherd violated the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act (PHRA) when they fired Paula Patton after she suffered an epileptic seizure brought on by unreasonable and intolerable working conditions. More information regarding Patton’s wrongful termination lawsuit can be found here in this recent articlepublished on PennRecod.com.

Sidney L. Gold, prominent Philadelphia employment discrimination lawyer, has been fighting for employees’ rights in Philadelphia for more than 35 years. Our law offices represent clients who have been wrongfully terminated due to disability discrimination, religious discrimination, age discrimination, race discrimination, gender discrimination or other statute violations. Contact Sidney L. Gold & Associates onlineor by phone at 215-569-1999.

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