You’re Fired! | Foreclosure Firm Elizabeth R. Wellborn P.A. Terminates 14 Employees Over “Protest”

14 fired at law firm for wearing orange shirts, workers report

Were they wearing orange shirts on Friday to protest management? Or to get psyched for happy hour?

Either way, orange-shirted workers no longer have jobs at the Deerfield Beach law firm of Elizabeth R. Wellborn P.A.

A spokeswoman said the law firm had “no comment at this time.”

Four workers tell the story this way: For the past few months, some employees have worn orange shirts on pay-day Fridays so they’d look like a group when they went out for happy hour.

This Friday, 14 workers wearing orange shirts were called into a conference room, where an executive said he understood there was a protest involving orange, the employees were wearing orange, and they all were fired.The executive said anyone wearing orange for an innocent reason should speak up. One employee immediately denied involvement with a protest and explained the happy-hour color.

The executives conferred outside the room, returned and upheld the decision: all fired, said Lou Erik Ambert, 31, of Coconut Creek, a litigation para-legal who said he was terminated.

“There is no office policy against wearing orange shirts. We had no warning. We got no severance, no package, no nothing,” said Ambert. “I feel so violated.”

Rest here…

And why do you people still work for these firms?

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8 Responses to “You’re Fired! | Foreclosure Firm Elizabeth R. Wellborn P.A. Terminates 14 Employees Over “Protest””
  1. MARGETTA LANGLOIS PRO.SE says:

    PATHETIC PIECES OF SHIT WHY AREN’T THE HEAD HONCHOS IN “J-A-I-L”?

    YOU MIGHT WEAR ORANGE BUT HOPEFULLY THEY’LL GET BLACK & WHITE STRIPES BUT

    THERE’S “NO” FRAUD IN FLA. I’M TOLD HOW LUCKY WE ARE !!!!!

  2. Jack Meoff says:

    This law firm needs to be shut down and all the attorneys taking out in the street and beat. What a low life sorry ass thing to do to dedicated employees. If anyone from this firm ever contacts me I will personally take a trip to S. FL to visit face to face or face to fist.

  3. Alina Virani says:

    Wow…I had no idea yesterday when I received a copy of this story from a paralegal listserv that this was a foreclosure mill firm. We all think this is a bit fishy.

  4. jaclyn says:

    I feel so bad for these folks. No one deserves to be fired that way for such a lame reason. Feels like Nazi Germany for God’s sake. ..anyone can do anything they want to anybody regardless …don’t even need a reason.

  5. Inwood says:

    Elizabeth Wellborn’s contact information is publicly available via Google. I’d suggest that you offer her feedback directly.

  6. Steve says:

    Sounds like the law firm was looking to get rid of whistle blowers.

    • leapfrog says:

      Maybe they will blow the whistles now. One can only hope. If the fired employees are reading this, please do consider blowing the whistle. You know what these fraudclosure mills do is illegal. Its a chance to redeem yourself and to get some money and cause this fraudclosure mill to shut up its doors, just like David J. Sterns. Just stay out of hot tubs and off small aircraft if you do blow the whistle. The banksters will be putting a bounty on your hide.

  7. Pamela Edwards says:

    Wow paranoia will destroy you.These employees just don’t have a clue they’ve been easy marks all along .Thier jobs were no more secure than “Bob” the builders job was.Feel sorry for them but still don’t understand why they would want to work for these low lifes,especially knowing what thier company does.

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