Keywords: Negligence — negligent misstatement; liability for reference

Summary

In providing a reference, unless the reference writer has become aware of information which casts a doubt on the reliability or integrity of the facts or opinions established in an earlier investigation, there is no duty to examine the procedural fairness of the underlying investigation.

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