We represented a public utility company in a former employee’s appeal to the Tennessee Court of Appeals alleging wrongful termination due to false and misleading information provided at the time of their hire. The court found that the client’s decision to terminate the plaintiff was supported by substantial evidence, ruling in our client’s favor.
Successful Defense of Public Utility Company in Wrongful Termination Appeal
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