A pioneer in monetizing online porn, “Danni Ashe,” won reinstatement of her $3 million defamation claim against the Daily Mail Online for its publication of
An Army Sergeant, who claimed the movie “Hurt Locker” was based on his experiences in Iraq without his consent, has lost his appeal Wednesday seeking
When social media goes wrong it can go very wrong. A Los Angeles Assistant District Attorney John P. Frey, known by his blogger persona “Patterico,”
A federal appeals court held for the first time bloggers get the same first amendment protection as institutional media, for the purpose of libel law.
A disgruntled former student of Trump University sued for deceptive business practices and got sued in return by the school on a claim of defamation.
Stock options backdating cases never seem to die. But a federal appeals court may have spelled the end for former McAfee general counsel Kent Roberts