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Asked on: 11/23/10, 8:56 pm

I believe my former employer is giving slanderous and untrue references. What can I do?

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Answered on: 12/21/10, 12:04 pm by Neil Rubin

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If this slander is hurting you (prevent you from getting another job) you should hire an attorney to write what I call a "nasty gram". The letter should contain the facts of the situation and a brief statement of the law. Most importantly it should have a tacit "threat" that further legal process will be sought if they do not cease and desist.


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