Labor & Employment – Term Contract – Enforceability – Municipal – Fire Chief – Public PurposeElliott v. Enka-Candler Fire & Rescue Department, Inc. When the plaintiff-fire chief entered into an employment contract for a term of years, he gave up his right as an at-will employee to seek work with other employers at higher wages; therefore, plaintiff provided consideration for the contract.
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Published: July 7, 2011
Time posted: 3:30 pm
Tags: Enforceability, Fire Chief, Labor & Employmen, Municipal, Public Purpose, Term Contract