Revisiting the Public Policy Exception to the Employment-at-Will doctrine Following Thibodeau v. Design Group One Architects: Applying an Ethic of Care Analysis
AbstractIn 2002, in Thibodeau v. Design Group One Architects, the Connecticut Supreme Court holds that Connecticut's Fair Employment Practices Act, General Statute § 46a-60, provides immunity to employers who have less than three employees. This case will likely stir up controversy among business and civil liberties groups.
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