Defamation and … cybersquatting?

And here I thought I’ve been writing a blog about lawsuits from a plaintiff’s point of view. Simple: A running advice column for plaintiffs.

Yet there are days when I pick up lawsuit news and terms—here, from the New York Law Journal—that befuddle me. “Cybersquatting?” And in this case the plaintiff is a law firm, Herzfeld & Rubin, that had been plagued by the webhavior of the son of a deceased client.

This weird case is either a Puccini one-act opera or a dark comic book. Take a look.


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