Libel Action

Some articles on libel action, libels, action:

Death Of Baby P - Libel Action
... as "KC", said that the publishers of The People were guilty of "one of the gravest libels imaginable" ...
Neil Papiano - Legal Career - Libel Suit By Napa Priest
... In 2004, Papiano filed a libel action on behalf of a Napa priest in a lawsuit filed against the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles stemming from an accusation to the ... The libel action was filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court against the woman who made the accusations, as well as the woman's lawyer and the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests ... defending his honor." The defendants contended that the libel action was intended to silence victims of priest abuse, a move they said contradicted the U.S ...
Nikolai Tolstoy - Controversy
... opportunity for him to put his case to a wider audience on his forthcoming libel action defence, the writ for which had already been served ... and then Chairman of Sun Alliance, an insurance company, commenced the libel action over allegations of war crimes made by Tolstoy in a pamphlet distributed by Nigel Watts, a man involved with Sun Alliance on an ... Although Tolstoy was not the initial target of the action, he felt honour-bound to join Watts as defendant ...
Jonathan Aitken - Libel, Arrest and Prison - Libel Action
... the newspaper and from Granada TV's World In Action programme ... same day denouncing the claims and demanding that the World In Action documentary, which was due to be screened three hours later, withdraw them ... Thank you and good afternoon." The World In Action film, Jonathan of Arabia, went ahead and Aitken carried out his threat to sue ...

Famous quotes containing the words action and/or libel:

    Make the expectations lively enough, and action will follow.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    Nor do they trust their tongue alone,
    But speak a language of their own;
    Can read a nod, a shrug, a look,
    Far better than a printed book;
    Convey a libel in a frown,
    And wink a reputation down.
    Jonathan Swift (1667–1745)