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  • Kathryn O'Leary, Esq.

Employees who write rebuttals for their personnel file can be fired for it.

In Terence Meehan vs. Medical Information Technology, Inc., decided on January 20, 2021, a majority of the Massachusetts Appeals Court held that the public policy exception to at-will employment does not protect employees who exercise their statutory right to rebut adverse information placed in their personnel files.

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