A Manhattan appellate court has thrown out a former associate’s defamation claim against the onetime boss who harshly criticized her in letters to her clients, finding that his disparaging comments were either protected opinion or not sufficiently shown to be false.

The associate joined the Long Island personal injury firm Bruce G. Clark & Associates in 1997. She resigned in June 2001, taking several clients with her to launch a solo practice.

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