I want to say a few things, and would prefer to do so in private. But he won't talk to me. If I go ahead and say these things anyway somewhere where they will probably be overheard by others present, does that make me vulnerable to a suit? I would be speaking to him in a normal tone of voice, not shouting or intentionally speaking to anyone else. But, we would not be alone, and I expect it would be inevitable that we would be overheard by at least a couple of people he knows unless he is willing to have a private conversation. What would he have to 'prove' for such a case?
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