LegalInsurrection.com published Bryan Jacoutot's article, "Analysis: Tomi Lahren v. The Blaze and Glenn Beck."
On April 7th, 2017, after the sudden suspension of production of her show at TheBlaze, Tomi Lahren created a bit of a firestorm in the political world when she abruptly filed suit against her employer and Glenn Beck.
Although the complaint contains several counts, it is first and foremost a breach of contract claim. This article will focus primarily on that, as well as touch on a few other aspects. In my view, none of the secondary claims alleged will likely hold up without the court first finding either 1) TheBlaze wrongfully terminated Lahren; or 2) TheBlaze failed to fulfill its obligations under the Agreement.