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Employment – Polygraph Test – Termination – Arbitration

An employee who alleges he was fired one day after employer required him to take a polygraph test that purportedly showed “deception” has stated a claim under the Employee Polygraph Protection Act, 29 U.S.C. § 201, a Richmond U.S. District Court holds.
Harmon v. CB. Squared Services Inc. (USDC-ED) (VLW 009-3-075) (7 pp.)

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  1. Those who choose to live by the polygraph ought to be prepared to die thereby – or at least abide by the rules governing their use.

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