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Employment – Polygraph Test – Employee Protection Act Violation (access required)

An employee who alleges he was fired one day after employer required him to take a polygraph test that purportedly showed “deception” wins partial summary judgment on employer’s liability for wrongfully requesting and referring to the polygraph in violation of the Employee Polygraph Protection Act, but the Richmond U.S. District Court says there are still ...

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