Fry’s Mass Layoffs WARN Act Lawsuit Investigation
Laid off from Fry's? You may have a claim.
On February 24, 2021, Fry’s Electronics announced they were shutting down operations permanently. Our employment lawyers are investigating whether Fry’s gave employees enough notice under the Federal WARN Act.
Were you laid off by Fry’s on or around February 24, 2021? Our employment lawyers may be able to help. Reach out for a free, confidential consultation.
Laid off from Fry's?
You may be entitled to compensation. Speak with an attorney, free.
Fry's Electronics shuts down operations, closes business permanently
According to CNET, Fry’s announced on February 24, 2021 it was beginning its “wind-down” process and had stopped its normal operations after operating for nearly 36 years.
The Fry’s chain had 31 stores in 9 different states.
If Fry’s employees didn’t receive advance notice of mass layoffs, they may be entitled to collect penalties.
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