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Employment – Public Employee – Wrongful Discharge – Bowman (access required)

A Warren County fraud investigator for a local services department can sue her employer for wrongful discharge under a Bowman exception to the employment-at-will doctrine, based on allegations that her employer prevented her investigation of fraud cases and her cooperation with the prosecutor, and that her grand jury appearance contributed to her termination. I sustain ...

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