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Defamation: what a good lawyer does BEFORE any lawsuit is filed

He warns off the guy claiming he was defamed by laying out the defense case in two powerful pages. (Indeed, I’d guess that Trump’s lawyer warned him why he should not file this lawsuit.) How many times have I repeated … Continue reading

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Defamation: if you’re defamed, should you sue?

I picked up this excellent advisory from a law firm, McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC, on Twitter. It covers what defamation is and what they explain to clients about suing–the whys and why nots. With so much naked stuff out … Continue reading

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The fine threads of defamation: ex-Nylon mag exec sues New York Post

Funny thing. Today outside my voting precinct I ran into a young New York Post reporter who was doing a version of exit polling for his “paper.” He was very nice. I told him about the time many years ago … Continue reading

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