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Associate slept with 21-year-old intern who already has FIANCE.
Fiance came to her work, had fist-fight with associate then went off jail.
OP's coworker actually increased the liability of the firms by having a fist fight, both for firm's reputation and disruption of operation.
That's a ground for dismissal, especially given Missouri is at-will state.
Thank god that my firm is small enough to not hire a douche like you.
Intern acted as if nothing happened, went home at 5PM. However, she came back at 11'o clock at night, packed her stuff up, left her laptop and her resignation letter in front of partner's office.
I do think, at a very general level - the "lawsuit" could certainly exist based on the legal arguments and defenses discussed here and above.
That does not mean they will be applied in this case, nor that there are not better legal alternatives.
Then the law reads differently - had he have opportunity to run somewhere else and call the security?
This is what u/Kitchner suggested and he is absolutely right. He clearly had the opportunity to do so- instead, he chose to fight.
That's not to say the lawsuit would WIN - which is what everyone here seems to get off on arguing about - Everyone seems to want to jump into this conversation and have this almost "8 year old kid super hero battle" where we run through tons and tons of hypothetical situations to win or lose.