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Labor & Employment  – Public Employees – Termination – Constitutional – Due Process – After-Acquired Evidence – Limitation of Remedies (access required)

  Even though the administrative law judge found that respondent had failed to prove that petitioner had stolen from a co-worker—the stated grounds for his termination—petitioner’s remedies could nevertheless be limited by after-acquired evidence: that petitioner had omitted several criminal convictions from his employment application. We affirm the ALJ’s determination that petitioner had been wrongfully terminated but ...

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