396 Pa.Super. 29 (1990)

578 A.2d 8

Bernard J. CURRAN, Appellant, v. The CHILDREN'S SERVICE CENTER OF WYOMING COUNTY, INC., and Milford E. Barnes, Appellees. (Two Cases)

Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.

Filed August 9, 1990.

Petition for Allowance of Appeal Denied January 7, 1991.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Peter G. Loftus, Scranton, for appellant.

Paul A. Barrett, Scranton, for appellees.


WIEAND, Judge:

Bernard J. Curran was employed as a psychologist by The Children's Service Center of Wyoming County, Inc. (CSC) on April 18, 1983. On June 10, 1985, he was given notice by Milford E. Barnes, acting in the capacity as agent for CSC, that his employment would be terminated on June 14, 1985. Curran thereafter commenced a civil action against Barnes and CSC in which he sought to recover damages for wrongful discharge and invasion of privacy. In a separate...

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