Worker not Entitled to free speech Protections while in the Course and Scope of Job Duties

In an action brought by a terminated employee against his employer, the Connecticut Supreme Court has overturned a $10 million verdict in favor of the employee, concluding that the employee’s speech was not entitled to First Amendment protection as it occurred in the course of his employment duties. G. Berry Schumann v. Dianon Systems, Inc. (SC 18655).

Click here to read more.