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Defamation

Employees whose reputations have been damaged by false or misleading statements and accusations by an employer can sue for defamation. This claim may apply if a former employer provides false or misleading information to a potential new employer. The law firm of Tarshish Cody PLC can explain your rights if this may have occurred to you.

Here are some examples of defamation:

  • An employer who accuses an employee of a crime when the accusation is false.
  • A former employer gives false information that damages your attempt to find gainful employment with another employer. If a former employer spreads false rumors to a prospective new employer, that as well can constitute defamation.

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