McKesson Dodges Fraud Claim In Ex-Exec's Firing Suit

Law360, Los Angeles (July 31, 2012, 5:16 PM EDT) -- A California state judge on Tuesday rejected fraud allegations brought by a former McKesson Corp. executive who was fired for dating a co-worker and claims the company invoked an ambiguous rule barring interoffice relationships as a front to withhold more than $1 million in accrued benefits.

Judge Deirdre H. Hill ruled that Charles P. Dunlap, who was a vice president at McKesson Provider Technologies Inc., didn't sufficiently allege that he had relied on a handbook warning employees to avoid romantic relationships with co-workers under their supervision...
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