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Defamation everywhere…and many drops to drink

Today’s Times had this informative and provocative opinion from Aziz Huq, a professor of law at the (notably not liberal–my perception) University of Chicago. Informative, because I didn’t know federal government officials–such as, say, the Twittler–were immune from defamation lawsuits. … Continue reading

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Two ice cream trucks and maybe a lawsuit

Too funny–from Lowering the Bar, of course–not to give you the pleasure of reading. And it’s a story from my very own state, New York, although of course upstate and downstate (where I live) are two individual countries. For one … Continue reading

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