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SpaceX Wins Big in Wrongful Termination Trial

Updated: Mar 23, 2019

SpaceX is the frequent target of highly publicized lawsuits. The company’s wins are less frequently reported. But it scored a big one last month in Los Angeles, when a jury rejected an ex-employee’s six million dollar wrongful termination claim. The employee alleged that the company fired him in retaliation for reporting to his bosses that the company allegedly falsified test results and failed to follow testing protocols. The company convinced the jury that the employee was in fact terminated because of poor conduct and failing to perform to standards.


Phil Griffis obtained his first jury verdict in 1990, when he convinced a jury that a customer’s fall at his client’s store did not cause the customer’s aspiration pneumonia and stroke. In the years since he has continued to win in courtrooms across the State of Texas.

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