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    Mark Sally worked for the Hungry Fisherman as a full time employee at will. He performed various jobs on the fishing boats. mark was fired after refusing to empty the waste materials into the Gulf of Mexico. Discharging waste materials in U.S. waters is illegal. Mark files suite for wrongful discharge. What are the arguments for each party. How should the court rule?

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    The employer's argument would be that Mark has an obligation to act in the way that the employer has set forth. The argument would be very weak, and the employer would lose in every court of law, in the United States. ...

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    The solution provides an extensive discussion determining the arguments for each side of the Mark Sally wrongful termination case, when he was ordered by his employer to dump waste materials in U.S. waters.

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