Employee Rights Case Study - ExtremeNet and Allen Lopez - 68671

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After tedious negotiation, ExtremeNet and Allen Lopez have agree to have their case resolved by Arbitration.

1. Would firing Allen Lopez violate his civil rights?


2.How could ExtremeNet's executives best respect Allen Lopez's moral dignity? 


3. What principles and procedures should ExtremeNet's executives follow when deciding whether to discipline or discharge Allen Lopez? 

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1. Would firing Allen Lopez violate his civil rights?

No firing Allen Lopez would not be held against his civil rights as the first amendment could be argued in a case where the employee was fired "for cause" for his speech because curtailing free speech could be argued to be unreasonable in that context, especially if the speech was meant to improve the company and