Wednesday, April 27, 2005

SB 69: Employer Immunity when Disclosing Employee Information

S.B. 69, P.N. 650 (VANCE) This would amend Title 42 (Judiciary),
This would create an immunity from liability for an employer when disclosing information about an employee or former employee that is provided in good faith to a prospective employer. Such an employer would not be so immune if the information provided was knowingly false, materially misleading, was provided with reckless disregard to whether it was true or false, or if providing such information violated a law, a contract, or a statutory right.


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