Nevada, the elements for a claim slander per se are:
1. An alleged defamatory oral
2. That the plaintiff committed a
crime, has contracted a loathsome disease, that a woman is unchaste, or an
allegation must be one which would tend to injure the plaintiff or his trade,
business, profession, or office; and
Proximate cause and damges.
Corp. v. Allen ,
99 Nev. 404, 664 P.2d 337 (Nev. 1983).
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