Department of Homeland Security v. Robert J. MacLean

Docket No., 13-894

Question Presented:

Whether certain statutory protections codified at 5 U.S.C.
2302(b)(8)(A), which are inapplicable when an employee makes a disclosure "specifically prohibited by law," can bar an agency from taking an enforcement action against an employee who intentionally discloses Sensitive Security Information.

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