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Maryland law prohibits an employer from terminating an employee for a reason that violates a clear mandate of public policy. Maryland courts have found a violation of a clear mandate of public policy only under limited circumstances: where an employee has been fired for refusing to violate the law or the legal rights of a third party and where an employee has been terminated for exercising a specific legal right or duty. The public policy must be reasonably discernible from statutory or constitutional mandates.
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