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1. The world was stunned by the vicious defamation.
2. He is suing for defamation of character.
3. She sued the magazine for defamation of her character.
4. He sued the newspaper for defamation of character .
5. The company sued for defamation.
6. It also wants a reform of the defamation and obscenity laws.
7. King is suing the show's producers for defamation of character.
8. Purely private defamation has little to do with the political ends of a self-governing society.
9. He sued for defamation.
10. Companies A company may sue for defamation, but only in respect of statements which damage its business reputation.
11. This category, however, overlaps with that of defamation, etc., only by accident.
11. Sentencedict.com is a online sentence dictionary, on which you can find excellent sentences for a large number of words.
12. Another defence to an action for defamation is that of fair comment.
13. Because defamation law is concerned with reputation, a statement can be defamatory only if it is communicated to a third person.
14. Under the legislation individual victims of Stasi defamation would be able to see and use their records to restore their reputation.
15. It accords them a privilege from action for defamation, on the condition that they are made honestly.
16. Is defamation criminally punishable according to Chinese law?
17. He brought a legal action against the magazine for defamation of character.
18. How would your life be different if…You walked away from gossip and verbal defamation? Let today be the day...You speak only the good you know of other people and encourage others to do the same. Steve Maraboli
19. Does such a fictitious person have a reputation which it can protect by the law of defamation?
20. Lingens was privately prosecuted by Kreisky, and convicted and fined for defamation.
21. But as soon as some right-wing rag called her a lesbian, she started screaming defamation.
22. The action for malicious falsehood is much less favourable to plaintiffs than defamation.
23. Lord Mackay appeared to rule out an extension of legal aid to cover defamation cases.
24. In due course the council, Mr. Bookbinder and Mr. Oyston all brought actions for defamation in respect of those articles.
25. An individual or organisation may face action for a variety of Torts e.g. defamation, negligence, nuisance or trespass.
26. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond to challenge a federal judge's decision last month dismissing her defamation lawsuit against Liddy.
27. Primafacie that right will be interfered with by a public authority if the maker of the statement is sued for defamation.
28. Teachers and administrators found to be either public officials or public figures have a higher burden of proof in defamation suits.
29. For example, an educator can explain to a parent why a student was disciplined without being liable for defamation.
30. The moral of these cases is that journalists can not avoid liability for defamation merely by avoiding the naming of names.
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