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It is possible to sue an ex-employee for slander and defamation? The ex-employee was insubordinate so I fired her. Shortly thereafter she filed a bogus complaint with the attorney general's office stating that my business is a fraud and I've committed deceptive practices. She then proceeded to contact potential clients, past and present clients and she stated to them that my company was a fraud and that I was being charged with deceptive practices, She also stated to a clients that I am having sexual relations with another client. As a result that client decided not to conduct business with me. Additionally, she encouraged another client to request a refund and file a bogus complaint with the attorney general's office as well. None of what she states is true. Can I sue her?
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