In January of 2014, the United States District Court of the Western District of Kentucky heard a case where the wrongfully terminated Plaintiff alleged that he was wrongfully terminated for having a firearm in his vehicle’s glove box. (See Holly v. UPS Supply Chain Solutions, Inc., 2014 WL 345275 (E.D. Ky. 2014)).
The wrongfully terminated plaintiff on or about April 1, 2013 was having car troubles and spoke to his boss about it. His boss agreed that he could take his vehicle to a repair shop. So, the plaintiff called a friend to drive him over with his truck. But, he remembered that he had a firearm in his vehicle’s glove box. So, he called a coworker over and asked the coworker if he could store his firearm in his coworker’s glove box while his vehicle was at the repair shop. At issue was defendant’s motion to dismiss and plaintiff’s motion to amend. The court granted the motion to amend by plaintiff’s Louisville wrongful termination attorney.