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The Employer had a policy concerning abuse of patients, which provided for disciplinary action up to and including discharge from employment.
c]laims for loss of wages as the result of demotion, suspension, or discharge from employment for lawful conduct occurring during nonworking hours away from the employer's premises.
Accordingly, the state legislature drafted what was to become the Wrongful Discharge from Employment Act (WDFEA) of 1987.
Moeller alleged four claims in the action: (1) retaliatory discharge from employment with Del Medical, (2) defamation, (3) intentional interference with his employment relationship with Del Medical and prospective employers, and (4) to hold the company liable for any misconduct of Del Medical under a theory of piercing the corporate veil.
MDC pointed out that in Montana, the Wrongful Discharge from Employment Act (WDEA) generally provides an exclusive remedy for wrongful discharge, and precludes an employee covered by a CBA from seeking relief under the WDEA.