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Contract – Arbitration Clause – Engagement Letter – Defamation (access required)

A former executive who sues defendant accounting firm for defamation and tortious interference, alleging he lost his job because he was defamed by the accounting firm hired to perform audit services, is not bound by the arbitration clause in the engagement letter between the accounting firm and plaintiff’s former employer, and a Richmond Circuit Court ...

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