- Jul 19, 2005
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Actually, he's right. In the corporate world you have a Hell of a time firing someone on an issue like this if it hasn't been previously enforced.No it's not irrelevant, you can't actually prove conclusively that someone is having sex unless they volunteer the information willingly which she did by applying for maternity leave, she violated the contract end of story. Oh and just where did you come up with the idea that a contract is only valid if it is continiously enforced under zero tolerance guidelines?
Also, I think it has yet to be established that she actually violated her contract. If that were as cut and dry as you make it out to be, there wouldn't be a court case pending for it.