There's plenty of the he said, she said in Wal-Mart's Firegate. As any current first year law student knows, firing right has become a legal necessity in corporate America. Do it wrong and you can and will be sued up the kazoo. Also, you will receive more bad publicity than is probably warranted. Wal-Mart, which shouldn't have hired bad-fit-for-its-organizational culture Julie Roehm in the first place, fired her badly. As a result, the beleaguered retailer is, well, up to the kazoo with a 40-page lawsuit filed by Roehm. It is also being buried in prime-time coverage of this feud which seems to be gleefully anti the big box.