CPM Investigates Mass Lay-Offs as Potential WARN Act Violations

Millions of U.S. workers have been abruptly terminated since the onset of the novel coronavirus pandemic. Recent numbers from the U.S. Department of Labor reflect a record-breaking 54 million people who applied for unemployment benefits since March.

CPM is actively investigating potential violations of the federal Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (“WARN”) Act. If a company fires 50 or more people at once without giving them two months' notice, it could be in violation of the WARN Act.

CPM's employment attorneys stridently fight for employees who are wrongfully terminated. If you believe you were laid off in violation of the WARN Act, or have information you would like to share regarding such a lay-off, please contact Tamarah Prevost (tprevost@cpmlegal.com) or Adam Zapala (azapala@cpmlegal.com) for a free, confidential, and no obligation review of your case.


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