A Facebook defamation lawsuit involving an environmental dispute between two moguls has made its way to a United States court. Continental Resources Chairman and CEO Harold Hamm filed a lawsuit against Mickey Thompson, an “Oklahoma City oilman.”
The Post That Sparked A Facebook Defamation Lawsuit
On June 24, Mickey Thompson allegedly took to his Facebook page and posted the following message with a link:
Apparently displeased with Thompson’s insinuations, Hamm opted to file a Facebook defamation lawsuit.
At the time of this writing, very little information has been released about the case, but we’ll be keeping an eye on it.
Politicians love to talk about environmental issues – especially in an election year – so it will be interesting to see if this suit becomes a tempest in a teapot.
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Source Article For Social Media Defamation Case Summary
BAILEY, B. (2015, June 30). Harold Hamm sues oilman for defamation over Facebook post. Retrieved July 23, 2015, from http://www.tulsaworld.com/business/energy/harold-hamm-sues-oilman-for-defamation-over-facebook-post/article_cdb66d81-ee7a-5362-911a-f7ff7b5bac93.html