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Labor & Employment – At-Will Doctrine – Just Cause – Letters From Employer (access required)

Although plaintiff, who was terminated as defendant trucking company's vice-president for pricing after 20 years with the company, presents three letters from the employer which he claims constitute a written employment contract, he has not overcome the presumption of employment at will. In the absence of a writing memorializing the termination for cause provision, the presumption ...

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