Dear Customer, My name is XXXXX XXXXX my goal is to provide you with Excellent Service,
I am so sorry to hear that you were subjected to slanderous statements. Reputation is everything.
A Plaintiff has a cause of action for slander (if the statements are verbally communicated), libel (if the statements are communicated in writing) and defamation of character. Plaintiffs will also ask the Judge to grant an Injunction against the Defendant(s) so that they do not continue with the defamatory statements. In order to succeed in a lawsuit for slander, libel, and defamation of character, the Plaintiff must prove the four elements of these causes of action:
1. The Statements made by the Defendant must be false and defamatory;
2. The Defendant knew that the statements were false, or the Defendant made these statements in reckless disregard for the truth;
3. The Defendant(s) "published" these false statements - "Published" means that the Defendant "conveyed" these false and defamatory statements to another person;
4. The Plaintiff suffered damages to his, or her name and reputation in the community.
Once the Plaintiff proves the above elements and establishes a case against the Defendant, the Judge will allow the Plaintiff to submit evidence of the damages to his or her reputation and the Judge will place a monetary amount on these damages. The Judge will also issue an Injunction against the Defendant to prevent them from continuing to spread these false and defamatory statements. The hotel chain's actions having an adverse effect on your employment certainly proves that their actions caused you to suffer damages.
I wish you the best of Luck,
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