Defamation sentence example

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  • I have replied that reporting does not constitute defamation.

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  • Dr. Godfrey then took action claiming defamation and seeking damages.

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  • People found guilty of defamation were usually asked to perform a penance.

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  • Developing a tort of group defamation which applied to races and religions would be a very sweeping extension of present English law.

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  • Every conversation becomes a forum for slandering the person you hate or defamation and even for lies.

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  • A few corporations choose to grease the squeaky wheel to avoid product defamation by imposing management practices on us, their suppliers.

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  • Cases involving defamation of the Polish president have been brought before, but none ended in a conviction.

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  • Our defamation laws are tricky and, uh, a little unfair but you ca n't defame the dead.

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  • Evidently you hold the laws of defamation and the wisdom of libel juries in the utmost contempt.

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  • Indeed, defending defamation there is altogether a very much tougher and more expensive business than in the UK.

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  • A limited company can sue only insofar as the alleged defamation relates in some way to its trading activities.

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  • Worse still, he was arrested and charged with criminal defamation.

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  • In Singapore, their fairly strict defamation laws have been extended to cover digital defamation.

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  • This was the first Internet defamation case involving individuals.

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  • Detailed discussion of the problems involved in developing a tort of group defamation is outside the scope of this article.

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  • Other areas of litigation, where ADR might be suitable, were suggested, including contested probate, libel and defamation.

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  • This end apparently justifies any means, including the defamation of the dead in their battle with the truth.

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  • The group also has substantial experience in defamation, entertainment, price adjustment, securitization, white collar and qui tam litigation.

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  • They have in a similar manner been relieved of their jurisdiction in testamentary matters, and in matters of defamation and of brawling in churches; and the only jurisdiction which they continue to exercise over the general laity is with regard to their use of the churches and churchyards.

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  • Cruise got wind of it and filed a defamation suit against Sapir.

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  • Cavallotti then began against him a pitiless campaign of defamation.

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  • This change in sympathy, again, has gained a hearing from modern historians, who tend more and more to discredit the wholesale defamation of the dissolution period.

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  • Danby therefore ordered a return from every diocese of the numbers of dissenters, both Romanist and Protestant, in order by a proof of their insignificance to remove the royal scruples.3 In December 1676 he issued a proclamation for the suppression of coffee-houses because of the "defamation of His Majesty's Government" which took place in them, but this was soon withdrawn.

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