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Feb 15, 2012

At-Will Employees are At-Will Employees: Tautological Analysis Leads the Court of Appeals to Hold that Words Mean What They Say and Say What They Mean

Wittgenstein wrote that “all true statements are ultimately tautological.” In other words, a thing or concept is what it is. A recent Oregon Court of Appeals decision illustrates the point twice in the context of at-will employees. In Cocchiara v. Lithia Motors, Inc., 247 Or App 545 (2011) the court held:… Read more