A recent employment defamation ruling involving a finance broker serves as a beacon of hope for anybody looking to sue their employer for libel or slander. Adviser v. Finance Firm Defamation Lawsuit Rene Espinoza worked for Merrill Lynch as an adviser. For whatever reasons, he...
May this doctor defamation case serve as a cautionary one. The lesson? Don't sue for defamation over a situation you initiated. Acrimonious Doctor Departure Results In AAR Back in 2003, a doctor locked heads with administrators at his medical facility. Ultimately, the doctor quit instead...
In the words of attorney Stephan E. Seeger, Nancy Grace may have finally “put [her] foot in [her] mouth” a little too far. And to sensationalize matters, a previously convicted member of The Kennedy Clan may be the one to nail Nancy Grace for defamation....
A former Royal Air Force expert won a defamation lawsuit against the Mail on Sunday. Dr. Joel Howard, a defense and securities expert, sued the newspaper over a 2011 article knighting him the “Ayatollah of the RAF." Former Pilot Sued Mail On Sunday For Defamation...
A high-profile family defamation case dominated legal headlines this week. Attorney Richard Fischbein sued his daughter Beth Fischbein-Bodner for defamation. A ase begging for the Lifetime Original Movie treatment, Fischbein v. Fischbein-Bodner is the tale of two related attorneys and a trust fund. Family Defamation Fight:...
Photo Credit: Wikipedia Another Lance Armstrong defamation case is making headlines. This time, UK-based newspaper, The London Sunday Times, is considering a suit against the famous cyclist to recoup monies lost in a 2006 libel lawsuit. Doping Scandal Legal Woes As you’ve surely heard by...
Lately, political defamation cases are all the rage! Let's review two recent suits: A French slander lawsuit involving The Troublemaker, a book sprinkled with gossipy prurient tidbits about the country’s first lady and president;A defamation battle over aggressive campaign ads in Oklahoma, involving accusations of...
James Franco’s ex-professor isn’t the only person suing New York University for defamation. Pari Sara Shirazi, the ex-president of Tisch School of the Arts Asia, is also entangled in a university defamation case with the school. Filed in New York's Supreme Court, Shirazi wants reinstatement...
Let's talk about two legal cases involving anonymous online comments. The first involves a workplace situation; the second an online stalking situation. Legal Cases Involving Anonymous Online Comments: Employee Fired For Posting Political Punditry On "The Clock" This online commenting lawsuit involves a New York...
Online Comments Lead To Internet Defamation Debacle Online comments and missing public funds are the two ingredients of an Internet defamation stew brewing in Kootenai County, Idaho. The former chairwoman of the county’s GOP, Tina Jacobson, filed a libel claim against Linda Cook, who allegedly...
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