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Question: I was wrongfully discharged.from my former employer.

Answer: If you think your employer discharged you for discriminatory reasons, you can file a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)" Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) or the Arizona Civil Rights Division (Phoenix) (FEPA) 1275 W. Washington, Phoenix, AZ 85007 http://www.ag.state.az.us/ The EEOC or FEPA will investigate your complaint and then file a lawsuit against your employer for you, give you permission to file a lawsuit against the employer, or dismiss your complaint. Some Arizona cities and towns, such as Phoenix and Tucson, have passed local ordinances prohibiting certain types of discrimination. You may want to check with your local equal employment opportunity office for further information.If you believe you were wrongfully discharged for other reasons, you should consult an attorney specializing in labor/employment law.He or she can help you determine whether you have a viable case (that will stand up in court).

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