Karen Bammert worked as the assistant manager at Don’s Super Value in Menomonie, Wisconsin. Her husband is a Menomonie police officer. Don’s isowned by Don Williams, whose wife, Nona, was arrested for drunk driving. Bammert’s husband assisted in the arrest by administering a breathalyzer test. Shortly thereafter, Bammert was fired, allegedly in retaliation for her husband’s participation in the arrest of her boss’s wife. Bammert sued Don’s for wrongful discharge, invoking the public policy exception to the employment-at-will doctrine. Will she be successful in using this doctrine?