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By Anonymous - / Saturday 12 March 2011 23:18 / United States
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Pretty much a picture perfect example of slander. Unfortunately it only can be pursued in civil court, but it is definitely grounds to do so. You sir, just got yourself an alimony income :)

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Actually, they can. Massachusetts is an "at-will" employment state. In such states, employment can be terminated at any time for any reason, with, or without notice. A decent boss would have said something let the employee begin legal action, but being legal and being decent are two very different things.

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