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Slander per se must be inherently defamatory

“Many business people undoubtedly fall within the ambit of employment encompassed by Matchette’s alleged statements to Sherman about Freer and lead proud and productive lives.” Hon. Ralph Adam Fine Wisconsin Court of Appeals Words are not slanderous per se ...

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