Josephs, partly from benevolence, and partly from a vague fear that Smilash might at any moment take an action against him for defamation
of character, said he had no doubt that he was a very cheap workman, and that it would be a charity to give him some little job to encourage him.
So curious, that I think you are running a great risk of a prosecution for defamation
His indignant countrymen actually caused him to be prosecuted in the native courts, on a charge nearly equivalent to what we term defamation
of character; but the old fellow persisting in his assertion, and no invalidating proof being adduced, the plaintiffs were cast in the suit, and the cannibal reputation of the defendant firmly established.
It seems to me that if what he says is false, the proper name for it is calumny, defamation
of character; and such a slanderer deserves the thrashing.
But some day he will know what is the meaning of defamation
, and if he ever does, he will forgive me.
claim in the case of In Re: Philadelphia Newspapers (83) arose out of the bankruptcy proceedings of a corporate group that includes The Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper.
Summary: Energy Minister Gebran Bassil announced Monday that his lawyers would sue several media outlets and journalists for defamation
, the Central News Agency reported.
law and social attitudes; ordinary unreasonable people.
MAJOR reforms of the libel laws, which will see would-be claimants having to show they have suffered serious harm to their reputations, or are likely to do so, before they can take a defamation
case forward, have been unveiled in a new Defamation
This Article explores the recent decisions by the United Nations ("UN") Human Rights Council and General Assembly to adopt consensus resolutions aimed at "combating intolerance, negative stereotyping and stigmatization of and discrimination, incitement to violence and violence against, persons based on religion or belief" These resolutions represent an effort to move past a decade's worth of contentious roll call votes in favor of prohibiting defamation
of religion within the international human rights framework.
Confirmation that a claim for damages as a result of alleged defamation
had been made against Oakley and publishers, Hodder Headline, came in a statement issued last night by Leeds-based solicitors McCormick.
As interesting as Waddams' study is, one cannot help regretting that he did not pursue the question of how formal defamation
sui ts compared to popular Skimmington Rides and charivari as ways of drawing and policing social boundaries.