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Public Employment – Employee E-Mail Not a ‘Threat’

A museum finance director wins reinstatement and attorney’s fees after he was fired for sending an e-mail to museum management and trustees complaining that “Desperate times call for desperate measures”; a Richmond Circuit Court upholds the win for the grievant employee.
Commonwealth ex parte Science Museum of Virginia v. Mahone (Richmond Cir.Ct.) (VLW 009-8-109) (9 pp.)

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