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what is the statute of limitation for wrongful termination

1 Answers. Asked on Jul 07th, 2013 on Wrongful Termination - North Carolina
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Answered on Jul 09th, 2013 at 10:44 AM

There is no one single statute of limitations for wrongful termination because there are several different laws that may apply.  The deadlines for filing range from 30 days to 3-4 years in certain circumstances.  The majority of claims under federal law are subject to a 180 day filing deadline.  You really need to consult with an attorney to determine whether you have a claim for wrongful termination and what the appropriate statute of limitations applies.

I am an experienced attorney focusing on employment law in North Carolina and Tennessee. This post/response is not meant to constitute legal advice.

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