Presumes good faith when employers provide employee references unless it is shown by clear and convincing evidence that the employer recklessly, knowingly, or with malicious purpose, disclosed false or deliberately misleading information; or disclosed information subject to a nondisclosure agreement or information that is confidential under any federal or state law
Employer Reference Liability: HB 1129 (1996)
Presumes good faith when employers provide employee references unless it
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