Tuesday, November 15, 2005
Former Utah Official wins Whistleblower Suit
A former Uintah County (Utah) road superintendent has won a whistleblower lawsuit against the county, claiming he was fired after reporting inferior work. John Kay is entitled to 90 days in wages, insurance premiums and medical benefits, according to a ruling by 8th District Judge John R. Anderson. He also is entitled to attorney fees and court costs.
According to The Salt Lake Tribune, Kay was fired in January 2002 after reporting irregularities and poor workmanship on county road projects to his superiors. He filed suit in March 2002, claiming he was fired for criticizing work of private entities that had contracts with the county. Click on the link to read the full account of this whistleblower suit.
Posted by Quitam Help Admin on 11/15 at 01:48 PM
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