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    After taking a relatively standard approach for more than 20 years that the so-called public-policy exception to at-will employment applies only to situations where an employer (1) requires an employee to violate criminal law or (2) the reason for the employee's termination is itself a violation of criminal law, the South Carolina Court of Appeals has changed the legal landscape. Read on to see what the court did.
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