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Yes, there is a case to be made. Unfortunately, the only way to stop these abuses would be to file lawsuit and ask the Court to intervene.
You may also file defamation suit against the chair. However, in order to prevail in a defamation suit, you must be able to prove all of the elements of defamation. Generally, you must be able to prove (1) that a defamatory (false and slanderous) statement was made against you; (2) that there was a unprivileged publication of the statement to a third party ; (3) if the defamatory statement is a matter of public concern, fault amounting at least to negligence on the part of the publisher—this may not apply to you if you are not a public figure; (4) then finally you have to prove that you suffered damages as a result of the defamation.
You can use the following sites to find local Attorneys who handle civil litigation and defamation cases to assist you with your issues:
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