Difference between revisions of "Whistleblower Protection Laws"

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[1] This case was ultimately dismissed on remand and again on appeal, due to collateral estoppel relating to the judgement in the state court case filed by SCJ, in which DeGuelle represented himself pro se, failing to include affidavits in his response to SCJ’s motion for summary judgment. See ''DeGuelle v. Camlli'' 724 F. 3d 9ss (7th Cir. August 1, 2013).
[1] This case was ultimately dismissed on remand and again on appeal, due to collateral estoppel relating to the judgement in the state court case filed by SCJ, in which DeGuelle represented himself pro se, failing to include affidavits in his response to SCJ’s motion for summary judgment. See ''DeGuelle v. Camlli'' 724 F. 3d 9ss (7th Cir. August 1, 2013).


='''Whistleblower Retaliation Can Give Rise to Breach of Contract Claim'''=
='''Breach of Contract Claim'''=
An employer’s breach of an anti-retaliation policy in a Code of Ethics can potentially give rise to a breach of contract claim, although the law varies by state.
An employer’s breach of an anti-retaliation policy in a Code of Ethics can potentially give rise to a breach of contract claim, although the law varies by state.