The state Superior Court has upheld a Philadelphia trial judge’s ruling that a hospital executive who has alleged he was fired for filing a medical malpractice suit against his employer over his infant son’s care may also be able to sue for wrongful discharge despite Pennsylvania’s at-will employment doctrine.

The court did, however, reverse the trial judge’s ruling that the plaintiff may be able to recover for tortious interference with an employment contract that is terminable at will.

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