GARCETTI V. CEBALLOS
The Whistleblower Case
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The Constitution and Bill of Rights guarantee freedom of speech, a free expression right, but government employees or public employees do not have free speech rights because of corporations’ "employment at will doctrine," which means public employees have limitations on what they can say in the public workplace—including if they are whistleblowers.
This title is part of the series: THE FIRST AMENDMENT IN THE 21ST CENTURY