My experience with writing company policies is that if the policy is written "no guns on company property" you can be disciplined. We have some contracts with clients that say if we are working for them, driving our private vehicles on their property...no guns allowed. Three different parts of the law come into play...labor law, contract law, and criminal law. There are probably more examples which I have not experienced. The FCCA is part of the criminal law. Usually labor law attorneys help with the company policies. Most of the company policies I have seen have spaceman spiff's language wherein it is allowable if you have the necessary permits, license, etc. and are not violating any laws in the process. The contracts are pretty specific about no guns allowed. I wonder if the dudes at Concord could have overcome all this stuff?...lol.
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Posted 07 March 2018 - 04:20 PM
I've always been curious, how many firearms companies have no guns in the office policies? I bet it's most. I'm guessing it's probably a stipulation of various insurance and corporate lawyers.
Edited by chicagoresident, 07 March 2018 - 04:21 PM.