An employer who discloses information about the job performance of an employee or former employee to a prospective employer of the employee or former employee at the request of the prospective employer or the employee or former employee is presumed to be acting in good faith and, unless lack of good faith is shown by a preponderance of the evidence, may not be held liable for the disclosure or its consequences. For purposes of this section, the presumption of good faith is rebutted upon a showing that the employer or former employer
(1) recklessly, knowingly, or with a malicious purpose disclosed false or deliberately misleading information; or
(2) disclosed information in violation of a civil right of the employee or former employee that is protected under AS 18.80 or under comparable federal law.
Other Sections in this Chapter:
- Sec. 09.65.070. Suits against incorporated units of local government.
- Sec. 09.65.080. Suits by incorporated units of local government.
- Sec. 09.65.083. Civil liability of nonprofit and university fire departments.
- Sec. 09.65.085. Civil liability of electric utility.
- Sec. 09.65.087. Civil liability for use of an automated external defibrillator. Repealed
- Sec. 09.65.090. Civil liability for emergency aid. Repealed
- Sec. 09.65.092. Civil liability for voluntary aircraft safety inspection.
- Sec. 09.65.094. Liability for inspection, installation, or adjustment of a child safety seat.
- Sec. 09.65.096. Civil liability of hospitals for certain physicians.
- Sec. 09.65.112. Civil liability for aircraft and watercraft guest passengers. Repealed
- Sec. 09.65.145. Liability for injuries or death resulting from livestock activities.
- Sec. 09.65.150. Duty to disabled pedestrians.
- Sec. 09.65.155. Civil liability of firearms or ammunition manufacturer or dealer.
- Sec. 09.65.170. Limited liability of certain directors and officers.
- Sec. 09.65.180. Civil liability of zoos.
- Sec. 09.65.200. Tort immunity for personal injuries or death occurring on unimproved land.
- Sec. 09.65.202. Tort immunity for landowners’ allowing recreational activity; adverse possession.
- Sec. 09.65.205. Civil liability for controlled substances offense.
- Sec. 09.65.210. Damages resulting from commission of a felony or while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
- Sec. 09.65.215. Immunity of peace officer for use of body wire eavesdropping device.
- Sec. 09.65.220. Immunity for certain real property disclosures.
- Sec. 09.65.230. Innocent misrepresentations by agents in real property transfers.
- Sec. 09.65.235. Immunity for negotiated regulation making committee and its members.
- Sec. 09.65.240. Liability of the state and regional educational attendance areas for release of hazardous substances.
- Sec. 09.65.245. Immunity for certain persons supplying or using gravel or other aggregate material; limitations on asbestos-related actions against defendants.
- Sec. 09.65.250. Immunity for certain actions related to child support.
- Sec. 09.65.255. Liability for acts of minors. Repealed
- Sec. 09.65.270. Civil immunity related to the sale or transfer of a firearm.
- Sec. 09.65.280. Civil liability of state for acts or omissions of village public safety officers.
- Sec. 09.65.290. Civil liability for sports or recreational activities.
- Sec. 09.65.292. Parental waiver of child’s negligence claim against provider of sports or recreational activity.
- Sec. 09.65.295. Liability involving a peace officer or firefighter.
- Sec. 09.65.300. Immunity for providing free health care services.
- Sec. 09.65.305. Immunity for distributing free recycled used eyeglasses. Repealed
- Sec. 09.65.315. Damages resulting from driving the vehicle of a person under the influence of an alcoholic beverage.
- Sec. 09.65.320. Nonrecovery for damages for noneconomic losses resulting from operating a motor vehicle while uninsured.
- Sec. 09.65.330. Immunity: Use of defensive force.
- Sec. 09.65.340. Immunity for prescribing, providing, or administering an opioid overdose drug.
- Sec. 09.65.350. Immunity for certain actions related to transportation network companies.