Implied Employment Contract Claim Dismissed Against Oil Company

John McCusker, with the assistance of Michael Futterman, won a motion to dismiss with prejudice on all claims on behalf of a Fortune 50 oil company in an employment case. The plaintiff employee had alleged that a company document created an implied employment contract, known under New Jersey law as a Woolley claim. While motions to dismiss in employment cases are rarely granted, John and Michael succeeded, cutting off the client’s expenses at a very early point in the litigation.

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