Employer Reference Liability: HB 44 (1996)
Grants liability protection to an employer who releases information about
Grants liability protection to an employer who releases information about an employee unless claimant proves either or both of the following: by clear and convincing evidence that the employer disclosed the information knowning it to be false or with intent to mislead in bad faith with malicious purpose; or, by a preponderance of the evidence that the disclosure violates the Ohio Civil Rights Commission Law. It also includes a loser pays provision.
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This op-ed was originally published by Real Clear Policy. Historically, courts have respected the view that filing for bankruptcy is a well-recognized way for a business to respond when the […]