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No Defamation for ‘Misconduct’ Firing (access required)

A nurse supervisor terminated from her position supervising a telephone call-in line for health plan subscribers loses her suit alleging she was defamed when her employer stated in her employment records that she had been terminated for misconduct with regard to her representations about being cursed by an employee she supervised. Here, there is no allegation ...

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