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Hi, I applied for a position in New Jersey. We had the interview

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I applied for a position in New Jersey. We had the interview and they offered me the job. They gave me two days to think about it. But a few hours later they claim there are errors on my CV in regards XXXXX XXXXX I told them that I didn't think the job was a right fit anyway and I would withdraw my application (I never actually filled out an application, just my CV). Now the dean is demanding that I provide him five years of background information on myself even though I told him I didn't want the position. He keeps subtling threatening me and has said he would speak to the colleges general council. I need advice.
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Irwin Law replied 6 years ago.

If I understand you, you applied for a job with a college in NJ which you have no current connection with. You submitted no formal application, but had an interview after which you withdrew from the matter. I do not think that there is anything that the college can do to you. If there wasn't anything in your CV which could have been libelous or fraudulent in some regard, I don't see what the dean could be threatening you with now.


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