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DORA HART DALE HART and JEFF ERNST Plaintiffs-Appellants Cross Appellees
vs.
SEVEN RESORTS INC. a Nevada Corporation dba TEMPLE BAR RESORT Defendant-Appellee Cross Appellant.


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Issues:
Random testing, privacy, policy and procedure, refusal, safety, reasonable suspicion, wrongful discharge.
 
Case Summary:
Three former employees of Seven Resorts, Inc., appeal a lower court's ruling in their wrongful discharge suit. The company terminated the three workers for refusing to complete a drug test. The trio subsequently filed suit, claiming breach of contract and wrongful discharge. The company responded with a motion for summary judgment.
 
Decision of lower jurisdiction:
A trial court granted the company's motion for summary judgment. The former employee's now appeal.
 
Outcome:
The employees lose. The Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One, Department C, affirmed the lower court's ruling. The appeals court ruled existing evidence did not support the employees' complaints. The appeals court remanded the case for consideration of the resort's motion for attorney fees.