How do you protect yourself from slander?
I wear prescription safety glasses at work. The main ingredient in the cleaning solution that the company provides is alcohol based.I have worked at this company for four months and the person that I believe is spreading these lies has spoken to me maybe twice. I do drink but not before work. (I work second shift.) The plant manager had spoken to me and seems to believe me, but what she said with out naming names leads me to further believe that the person I suspect is saying these things about me. What can I do to further protect myself and my reputation from further harm?
Asked By: wolfgirl - 7/27/2007
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Slander is a form of spoken defamation. You may file suit for defamation, seeking an injunction and potentially damages... More
Answered By: pedrum - 7/27/2007
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To protect oneself from slander is difficult. May be the best is not to comment, or prove by your behavior that sander is false,
Answered By: baltus - 7/27/2007
No one can be charged of slander unless you put your accusations are in writing....because what evidence does the court have?
Answered By: lil_munchie_x - 7/27/2007
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