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College football coach accuses former employer of defamation

When facing an investigation for various violations, an individual may often seek to pin the blame on someone else. When a person in Ohio or elsewhere is subjected to defamation under similar circumstances, the damage to his or her reputation could be significant. A college football coach has recently filed a lawsuit against his former employer after he claims the school attempted to smear his reputation.

The man coached at a leading university for several years before being replaced by another individual. The school has recently been under investigation for numerous violations and has received various penalties in relation to it. According to the man, the current head coach has attempted to place the blame for many of the violations on him, despite the fact that the investigation determined that most of them occurred during the current coach's tenure.

He also asserts that his name is not listed under any of the violations. He says that the university of Mississippi and its coach have made repeated attempts to tarnish his name over the past three years through false and misleading information provided to various media outlets. Along with the damage to his reputation, he also claims that the school has violated the terms of his severance agreement in the process.

Individuals who are subjected to defamation may often wish to protect themselves from harm, but they may be uncertain how to proceed. When facing a similar situation, a person might find it beneficial to seek guidance from someone with experience in the area. By speaking with an attorney, a client in Ohio could obtain advice and assistance in navigating the process, as well as advice on how to protect against such attacks moving forward.

Source: bleacherreport.com, "Houston Nutt Files Lawsuit Against Ole Miss After Alleged Character Defamation," Timothy Rapp, July 12, 2017

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