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Bylaws ‘Reference’ Does Not Create Contract (access required)

Three vice presidents of defendant company terminated after they worked to set up a subsidiary office in the United Arab Emirates cannot rebut the presumption that they were at-will employees with a claim that their offer letters or memoranda incorporated company bylaws and constituted employment contracts; relying on a 2011 contract case from the Supreme ...

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