Montana Politics

Judge Knox is Doing Some Additional Legal Work

Justice Knox, on not following labor laws:

Brewer said New Mexico and Montana laws prohibit an employer from withholding a final paycheck when there is a dispute over something like inventory.”He has to file suit against me for that,” he said.Knox responded that such laws don’t apply because of provisions in the company’s handbook and in a contract with Brewer. Brewer is responsible for the inventory and it can be deducted from his paycheck, he said.

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