UTAH SUPREME COURT PROTECTS RIGHT OF EMPLOYEES TO DEFEND THEMSELVES AT WORK: “We conclude that the policy favoring the right of self-defense is a public policy of sufficient clarity and weight to qualify as an exception to the at-will employment doctrine.” A decision by the Utah Supreme Court on Wal-Mart's firing of employees who exercised self-defense when confronting an armed shoplifter. ---- There are 66 pages you can download. This would not impact company rules which state things like - do not physically prevent ... It appears to only apply to cases where the employee felt they had to defend them self - not the store. Would this apply to the workers who feel they have to carry / use an FA or other weapon ?