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Case Study 1-1 Discharge for Whistleblower Activity

Should the federal appeals court deny Broom and Miller's appeal and enforce the decision of the state district court finding upholding the discharge of the two whistle-blowers? Explain your reasoning.

How might this case have been handled differently if Broom and Miller had been members of a bargaining unit represented by a union for purposes of collective bargaining?

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In this case, the federal appeals court should uphold the decision of the state district court finding, which upheld the discharge of the two whistle blowers. Due to the fact that the employees were subject to the ...

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