I’ve received quite a few calls lately with questions about whether or not an employer can be sued for firing someone without any notice. I’m not an attorney so this can’t be accepted as legal advice but the short answer is often times no. Nevada is an employer-at-will state. That basically means that any employer can fire any employee for basically any reason, or no reason at all for that matter. The Nevada Labor Commission lists more information in the following link . The only caveat is if they have discriminated. The employer cannot discriminate based on sex, race, color, national origin, age, religion, or disability. If you feel you’ve been discriminated and have the proof to support your claim then most definitely go to and search for a labor and employment attorney. Make sure you have the proof as most attorneys will take the attitude that there isn’t a case there. You have to convince them and make them believe so that they will fight for you in a court of law. Good luck.