Yolanda Minagorri claims she was forced out of her job as a Catholic school principal after complaining her supervisor assaulted her. But a Florida appeals court tossed out her whistleblower suit against the Archdiocese of Miami, concluding the First Amendment bars courts from reviewing religious policy and administration. The balancing act between religious freedom and whistleblower protection was argued Thursday before Florida's Supreme Court justices, who peppered attorneys with hypothetical questions.
Whistleblower Case Against Miami Archdiocese Argued Before Fla. Supreme Court
Daily Business Review
June 16, 2008