Counties — Whistleblowers — Trial court erred in entering summary judgment for county in action by terminated employee, alleging that plaintiff was dismissed in retaliation for his disclosure of improper behavior by county commissioner — Evidence was sufficient to allow jury to make determination of whether a causal relationship existed between former employee’s protected activity and his termination — Evidence was sufficient to present a jury question as to whether county’s reason for termination of former employee, budgetary problems, was pretextual
43 Fla. L. Weekly D1751d
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