Employer Reference Liability: H.B. 593 (1996)
Exempts employers from civil liability for providing employee references by
Exempts employers from civil liability for providing employee references by creating a presumption of good faith. The good faith presumption can be rebutted only by clear and convincing evidence that there was actual malice or a deliberate intent to mislead.
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