In Bruley v. Village Green Mgmt. Co., a federal district court in Florida ruled that an employer lawfully terminated an apartment manager who, armed with a loaded shotgun, investigated the shooting of a tenant. When he arrived at the scene, Bruley rendered first aid to the shooting victim until the ambulance arrived. The employer terminated Bruley for violating company policy against carrying weapons at work. Bruley alleged that his termination violated his right to bear arms. While finding his actions in helping the tenant commendable and the employer’s response an overreaction, the court ruled that neither federal nor state laws afforded employees a right to possess firearms at work.