If you are trying to fight for wrongful termination, can you wait for the court date in the past finding a job? Where can I get informtion close to this? Would this be under California state labor law or federal canon?
How long do you hold to find a situation after human being terminated?
Answers: Immediately after you have been terminated you requirement to make efforts to find a work - send out a resume, go on interviews, etc.
You involve to try to find a job because you have to try to mitigate your damages.
And information almost this would be dependent on whether you are filing a lawsuit for wrongful termination pursuant to a state law or a federal imperative. Usually, one wants to sue for violations of both state and federal decree if one can successfully allege violations of both state and federal law (discrimination, stalking, etc.).
Information re: mitigating damages in wrongful termination cases under California canon can be found here (these are usually attorney websites):
The second site has a link roughly mitigation of damages and citations to case law contained by California.
I used to know someone who was in matching boat as you are, and she ended up working at some grocery store just to label ends meat until the whole court thing can be settled. This be up in Canada, but since our systems are so similar, i don't think in that should be any problems with you finding some bullcrap job. I anticipate, you gotta do what you have to do to survive financially, right?