It looks like she saved them a ton of money, not to mention keeping some upper-level person from looking foolish. Why would you fire somebody like that, much less appeal re-hiring her at court-ordered gunpoint ?
if you were running a company, would you want your employee to do this? or would you like them to bring it to your attention first? -- and if you think she did bring it to the top management, and top management told her to shut her mouth and go back to her cubicle, then maybe you as a voting share person should inquire within the company -- after all, you own the crap, you have rights, and you have rights to sell it if you do not get cooperation
our society is going to get its biggest lesson in accountability on the next crash -- one that will stick for a very long time -- only people with cash will rule the investment world
Few companies are willing to reveal negative details about employees, ex or current or future. The courts are unpredictable and can go any direction regardless of the culpability of the employee - ex or otherwise.
Banks are more conservative with respect to legal exposure.
It is rare that a former employer will give any more information regarding an employee (ex or any other status) than confirm employment general salary level.
I know for a fact this is BB&T policy, rigidly followed.