At-will employees can sue for intentional discrimination in employment based on interference with a contractual relationship, a Southern District judge has ruled.

On an issue yet to be decided in the U.S. Court of Appeal for the Second Circuit, Judge Robert W. Sweet found that Congress did not intend to bar at-will employees from seeking the same remedies for discrimination as those who work under contract.

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