A day-care center director who was fired after her superiors suspected she violated the center’s policy by reporting alleged child abuse to outside authorities can proceed with her lawsuit under the public policy exception to the state’s employment at-will doctrine, a common pleas court judge has ruled.

Dauphin County Common Pleas Court Judge Lawrence F. Clark’s decision denied several defendants’ preliminary objections in the matter.

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