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Thankyou for your reply,,apppreciate it as i feel so alone in this situation.Would a lawyer ask the manager of store to produce the person who has been saying things to her about me??
I m,ean would the person who acted on hearsay ie the floor manager, have to tell my lawyer who said what??? And my own boss has e,mail saying i was confrontational when i clearly have not been.,,wouldnt store manager need proof of that to be sending emails to my boss??
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