Thank you for your response. It sounds reasonable to me. However, if I know how this person is and how he is playing this "victim" role to the maximum, I could see him lying that i said something that I didn't. This person is a weasel and not a man because, if someone said what I said to him, my response would be come on over and I would even give you the first punch". You would especially know this if you ever had to deal with the guy because he talks to people as if he is 300lbs and full of muscle because he is always demanding everything instead of asking. Anyway, I could see this turning into a "he said" "she said" and he would conjure up anything to make him look like the victim because it was a conversation that was over the phone and their would be no witnessess. The only witness situation is that our owner could witness that he said that he would "warn the other company" of me. Your thoughts?
If the guy is a weasel then youare correct to think he would most likely fabricate lies about you in order to make you look bad. He's not going to be a man about it, so it's best to simply avoid further contact so as not to give him any ammunition with which to attempt to make a legal claim against you.
I think the ball is really in your boss's court on whether he will take action. I certainly think that if your boss overheard the comment about "warning" the other company that this should be taken seriously and that a Cease and Desist letter should be issued to your opponent's company.
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