Faigin v. Signature Group Holdings, Inc., 211 Cal. App. 4th 726 (2012)Alan W. Faigin worked as an in-house attorney for Fremont General Corporation (which later became Signature Group Holdings) for 17 years before his employment was terminated for cause in March 2008. Faigin sued Fremont based on a number of theories, including breach of an implied-in-fact contract, and a jury returned a verdict in Faigin's favor in the amount of $1,347,000. The Court of Appeal affirmed the judgment, holding that the absence of an express employment-at-will agreement supported Faigin's assertion that his employment was subject to an implied-in-fact contract that the employment could only be terminated...
$1.347 Million Award To Former General Counsel For Breach Of Implied Contract Is Upheld
|Author:||Mr Adam Freed|
|Profession:||Proskauer Rose LLP|
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