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Ledl v Quik-Pik Food Stores

Ledl v Quik-Pik Food Stores, 133 Mich. App. 583, 349 N.W.2d 529 (1984), established that termination of employment for a store inventory shortage is not a “public policy” exception to the general rule that employment contracts are terminable at will; that allegations of defamation must set forth the defamatory words with specificity; and that there can be no intentional infliction of emotional distress if the actor was merely insisting upon its own legal rights.