There are a lot of specific questions here, you should consult with an attorney who can review your specific facts and provide his legal opinion. Here is something to start with: Libel/Slander 1 year Section 12-541(1); Wrongful Interference with Contract 2 years Section 12-542 Clark v. Airesearch Mfg. Co., 673 P.2d 984, 987-88 (Ariz. Ct. App. 1983).
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With respect to court proceedings, they are immune from suit. With respect to outside of court, you would want a local defamation lawyer to hear the facts and circumstances.
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Two-year statute of limitations. However, I agree with the prior posts that you need to consult with an attorney It appears that some of the statements may be privileged.
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