Retaliatory Discharge for Claim Against Previous Employer

Hatch, D. Dianne; Hall, James E.; Kobata, Mark T.
May 2003
Workforce (10928332);May2003, Vol. 82 Issue 5, p71
Presents an overview of the ruling of the Tennessee Supreme Court on Michael Hayes' retaliatory-discharge claims against subsequent employer in the case Hayes v. Computer Sciences Corp. Incidents that led to the Michael Hayes' filing of a case against Aerospace Contractor Support; Argument of Hayes' against Aerospace.


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