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Sue the Author: 1pm-3pm
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'My God! Will you lookit the way the man puts his pants on!!!'
Mime Anti-Defamation League: 'We can't find something nice to say so we say nothing at all!'
"Don't listen to him. Your hair is beautiful."
Tags:judge, judges, judged, judicial, judiciary, jury, juror, jurors, jury duty, law, lawyer, lawyers, legal, legality, legalism, your honor, honor, your honour, court, courts, court of law, court room, court rooms, courtroom, courtrooms, prosecute, prosecutor, attention, pay attention, focus, focused, lie, lies, slander, slandering, slandered, libel, client, clients, reassuring, reassurance, reassurances, vain, vanity, hairstyle, hairstyles, reassure, reassurance, reassurances, reassuring
"Sticks and stones may break your bones, but hate speech is actionable."
Tags:parent, parents, parenting, parenthood, child, children, kid, kids, childhood, dad, dads, father, fathers, fatherhood, cliche, modern life, sticks and stones, hate speech, hate word, hate words, hate, hateful, illegal, legal action, unlawful, unethical, ethics, discriminate, discrimination, actionable, lecturing, lecture, defamation, slander, freedom of speech, first amendment
'I appreciate how you feel, but I'm afraid your report card isn't grounds for defamation of character.
'Call the falsely accused.'
'You don't repeat gossip, do you?' - 'No, she starts it.'
Sue the Author 3PM
Tags:lawsuit, lawsuits, sue, sued, suing, sues, suing, author, authors, novelist, novelists, writer, writers, literary figure, literary figures, free speech, freedom of speech, constitutional rights, meet the author, book signing, book signings, bookshop, bookshops, bookstore, bookstores, book shop, book shops, book store, book stores, slander, slanderous, plagiarism, intellectual copyright, intellectual property
"The 'Post' did an unflattering piece on me."
Tags:prison, prisons, prisoner, prisoners, jail, criminal, criminals, crime, law breakers, against the law, media, newspapers, newspaper, publicity, bad publicity, moral relativism, judgement, judgements, bad guy, bad guys, bunk bed, bunk beds, unflattering, inmates, inmate, news, defamation of character, slander, bad reputation, fake news, false news, reporter, reporters, journalist, journalists
'If you two can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all!!'
Barrister defends bear: 'Your honour, it is my client's view that these scurrilous allegations have damaged his reputation and have made almost impossible any further visits to the woods.'
'How can you sue them for defamation of character, if you don't have any?'
"Most of that report is just lies, Mr. President. Although, technically you are a member of the weasel family."
"But, what if we're attacked in the press?"
Tags:defence, self-defence, self-defence class, self-defence classes, martial arts, martial arts class, martial arts classes, karate, karate class, karate classes, attacked in the press, attacked by the press, hounded by the press, the press, news, newspapers, paparazzi, paparazzo, media, the media, slander, libel, libels, character assassination, character assassinations
'Yes, I have both a law and a medical degree. If you sue me for 'malpractice', I'll sue you for 'slander'.'
"Violence horrifies me. I go no further than character assassination."
Tags:character assassination, character assasinations, assassination, assassinations, violence, pacifism, pacifist, pacifists, slander, slanders, slandering, slanderer, slanderers, peace loving, personal philosophy, reputation, reputations, reputation damage, bad reputation, bad reputations, businessmen, businessman
"And remember, people, it's better to light a scandal than to curse the darkness!"
Tags:scandal, scandal-sheet, tabloid, tabloid journalism, gossip, scandal-monger, newspaper, magazine, publishing, publisher, publishers, reporter, reporters, libel, libelous, defamation of character, character assassination, misrepresentation, aspersions, denigration, vilification, disparagement, derogation, insult, slander, malicious gossip lie, slur, smear, untruth, celebrity, celebrities, paparazzi, journalism, mean-spirited, nasty
First Church - New Policy: To avoid lawsuits, Rev. Loomis' sermons no longer mention sinners by name.
'To avoid lawsuits tonight's news will not name names.'
Tennis coach says to player, 'People are calling you the next Tim Henman!' Player responds with, 'Bastards!'
"Your Honor, all this pretrial publicity has made my client look fat."
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"These are the most malicious statements of truth ever said about me."
"My weasel of an opponent is running a negative campaign, but unlike that dirtbag, I'm taking the high road."
'Due to the threat of litigation, I can only confirm that he worked here...if THAT'S what you want to call it.'