Libel Law and the Press: Myth and Reality
Free Press, 1987 - Libel and slander - 309 pages
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WHO SUES FOR LIBEL?
LIBEL DEFENDANTS AND PLAINTIFFS ACTIONS
THE MEDIAS ROLE IN THE LIBEL DISPUTE
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action activities actual adjudication alleged libel alternative appears applied asked attorney brought cause Chapter claims coded common common law compared complaints concerning conclusion considered consistent constitutional privileges contingency correction costs court decided decision defamation determination discussed editor expected experience expression fact false falsity filed final focus harm important incidence included indicated individual interest interviewed involved issue judgment judicial largely lawyer less liability libel plaintiffs libel suit light litigation media defendants money damages negligence newspapers non-media obtained percent Percentage person prior private plaintiffs professional public figure public plaintiffs published question reasons reported represent reputation Research resolved response result retraction rules seems selected setting settlement significant statement status story success sued suggest supra survey Table tend tion tort trial truth truth or falsity