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Continued G&A Press on Fort Bragg Detective Defamation Suit

by | Feb 16, 2010

Continued G&A Press on Fort Bragg Detective Defamation Suit

Donald “Rick” Miele’s suit alleges two counts of defamation and one count of defamation to prevent future employment, a violation of Labor Code 1050. To read more about how G&A lead Civil Litigation Attorney Joy Rosenquist is handling this suit,  click here…https://www.advocate-news.com/search/ci_14405983?IADID=Search-www.advocate-news.com-www.advocate-news.com

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