President's weekly report — September 18, 2015

Tort reform — Washington State clouds employment law The Washington Supreme Court issued a trio of decisions expanding exceptions to “at-will” employment, essentially making the tort of wrongful discharge available … ›

Belts, suspenders, and overalls–the pointless and harmful growth of wrongful discharge law

The Supreme Court of Washington is on a crusade to protect workers from evil bosses even when it’s unnecessary and hurts everyone.

PLF supports at-will employment in Michigan

Here at the Liberty Blog, we often write about the benefits of at-will employment for both the employee and the employer. A system that allows both sides to end the … ›

Everybody wins with at-will employment

In the U.S.A. of old, your boss could fire you if he didn’t like the color of your socks, the smell of your lunch, or the pitch of your sneeze. And … ›

Punitive damages for wrongful termination?

Texas-based commercial trucker Louis Martinez was fired when he refused to commit an illegal act by transporting an unsafe load. Although Texas is an “at-will employment” state—meaning that employers can … ›

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President's weekly report — September 18, 2015

Tort reform — Washington State clouds employment law The Washington Supreme Court issued a trio of decisions expanding exceptions to “at-will” employment, essentially making the tort of wrongful discharge available … ›

Belts, suspenders, and overalls–the pointless and harmful growth of wrongful discharge law

The Supreme Court of Washington is on a crusade to protect workers from evil bosses even when it’s unnecessary and hurts everyone.

PLF supports at-will employment in Michigan

Here at the Liberty Blog, we often write about the benefits of at-will employment for both the employee and the employer. A system that allows both sides to end the … ›

Everybody wins with at-will employment

In the U.S.A. of old, your boss could fire you if he didn’t like the color of your socks, the smell of your lunch, or the pitch of your sneeze. And … ›

Punitive damages for wrongful termination?

Texas-based commercial trucker Louis Martinez was fired when he refused to commit an illegal act by transporting an unsafe load. Although Texas is an “at-will employment” state—meaning that employers can … ›

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President's weekly report — September 18, 2015

Tort reform — Washington State clouds employment law The Washington Supreme Court issued a trio of decisions expanding exceptions to “at-will” employment, essentially making the tort of wrongful discharge available … ›

Belts, suspenders, and overalls–the pointless and harmful growth of wrongful discharge law

The Supreme Court of Washington is on a crusade to protect workers from evil bosses even when it’s unnecessary and hurts everyone.

PLF supports at-will employment in Michigan

Here at the Liberty Blog, we often write about the benefits of at-will employment for both the employee and the employer. A system that allows both sides to end the … ›

Everybody wins with at-will employment

In the U.S.A. of old, your boss could fire you if he didn’t like the color of your socks, the smell of your lunch, or the pitch of your sneeze. And … ›

Punitive damages for wrongful termination?

Texas-based commercial trucker Louis Martinez was fired when he refused to commit an illegal act by transporting an unsafe load. Although Texas is an “at-will employment” state—meaning that employers can … ›

President's weekly report — September 18, 2015

Tort reform — Washington State clouds employment law The Washington Supreme Court issued a trio of decisions expanding exceptions to “at-will” employment, essentially making the tort of wrongful discharge available … ›

Belts, suspenders, and overalls–the pointless and harmful growth of wrongful discharge law

The Supreme Court of Washington is on a crusade to protect workers from evil bosses even when it’s unnecessary and hurts everyone.

PLF supports at-will employment in Michigan

Here at the Liberty Blog, we often write about the benefits of at-will employment for both the employee and the employer. A system that allows both sides to end the … ›

Everybody wins with at-will employment

In the U.S.A. of old, your boss could fire you if he didn’t like the color of your socks, the smell of your lunch, or the pitch of your sneeze. And … ›

Punitive damages for wrongful termination?

Texas-based commercial trucker Louis Martinez was fired when he refused to commit an illegal act by transporting an unsafe load. Although Texas is an “at-will employment” state—meaning that employers can … ›