3) get a friend who is an attorney or hire one and have him/her send a letter to your formal boss demanding that he provide documented proof of the claims he's making. if he can't provide such, you can sue him for "blacklisting."4) my guess is that you won't have to sue him -- he will shut up, as he should; making false claims about former employees (which means ones you can't back up with any sort of documented proof) is illegal.Your ex-boss is a total idiot. Even if an employee is fired "for cause" what an ex-employer can say about them with legal risk is very, very limited.
Quote from: JeNeSaisLaw on November 11, 2007, 02:22:42 PMI thought it was illegal to record a conversation without telling the person. Could be wrong.I could also be wrong, but I think it depends on the state.
I thought it was illegal to record a conversation without telling the person. Could be wrong.