The Notice of Expelling was Overruled, Protecting the Right of Reputation for the Employee
Ms. M had signed Employment Termination Agreement (the ETA) with her employer Shanghai OT Co. (the “Company”). However, the company refused to perform the ETA to compensate Ms. M. Moreover, the Company issued Ms. M a Notice of Expelling (the “Notice”) based on fabricated facts. Considering that the Notice may have an incredible negative impact to Ms. M’s career in the future, SUMMIT filed a complaint requesting to revoke the Notice on behave of Ms. M. The judgment was received recently, revoking the Notice and rewarding Ms. M the full damages requested.
The judge ruling on this case initially had considered that the Notice would have no ground if the ETA was in force. Our attorneys demonstrated respects of the legal basis of the claim and precedents, and analyzed the concerns and facts of moral impact on Ms. M’s personal characters etc. The judge was finally persuaded by our attorneys and ruled in favor of Ms. M.
Ms. M’s reputation was equally protected in this case. The litigators of SUMMIT devoted themselves to safeguard the rights, not only the property rights, but also the personal rights, of the clients thoroughly.