The employee entered into an explicit agreement at the start of their employment that outlined what they could and could not do. They were under no legal obligation to take said job.
Originally Posted by NFRs2000nyc
You're pettyfogging. If a violent criminal (with a knife or a gun) tries to rob a store, a clerk does not know if he will survive the ordeal. The clerk is in fear for their life and kills the robber. The store can still be sued. That was my point.
If the clerk does not violate any State or Federal Laws in the execution of killing said robber, then representatives on behalf of the robber have no grounds to sue either the clerk nor the employer.
However, since the clerk violated store policy he is subject to termination of employment and the employer is protected by law in doing so.
Hope that's clear.
Last edited by casino is no lie; 12-05-2012 at 02:59 PM.