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Vicki LeBret v. Wellpinit School District

Vicki LeBret worked at Wellpinit School District for 17 years. During that time she received glowing performance reviews. But in mid-2016 Wellpinit School District revised the contract for Ms. LeBret and some of her co-workers. The revised contract removed some of the due process protections that Ms. LeBret and her co-workers previously enjoyed.  Ms. LeBret tried to get the District to keep the due process protections. The District fired Ms. LeBret within days of her returning to work, fulltime, following extended medical leave and, again, raising the issue of the new contract’s lack of due process protections.

 

A copy of Ms. LeBret’s Amended Complaint is available here.

 

The case settled before trial.


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