Case Study: Boehm Vs. American Broadcasting Company

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BOEHM v. AMERICAN BROADCASTING COMPANY, 929 F.2d 482 (1991)

Argued and Submitted: Feb 5, 1991 Decided: March 27, 1991

“Under California Law an employee who has been wrongfully discharge has a duty to mitigate damages through reasonable efforts to achieve other employment”

(defendant has the burden to prove failure of mitigation. available to the plaintiff was comparable or substantially similar to the employment that the plaintiff was wrongfully deprived by the defendant

Identify the Case:

The case Boehm v. American Broadcasting Company can be found in volume 929 of the Supreme Court Supplement second series, on page 482. The case was argued February 5, 1991 and decided on March 27, 1991.

Identify the Court (s):

Frank Boehm

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