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Rogers, and Clement Gatley (eds), Gatley on Libel and Slander (11th ed.
Libel and slander represent two distinct common law regimes for the adjudication of defamation actions.
The Supreme Court noted that the appellants had originally challenged the constitutionality of the Ontario Libel and Slander Act, but given the nature of the arguments and the limited evidentiary basis for the challenge, focused on a second argument.
CAIRO: April 6 Youth Movement member Karim Reda was referred to the Cairo Economic Court for an emergency trial on Saturday for charges of libel and slander against Minister of Petroleum Sameh Fahmy.
After a general introduction, he covers censorship, modern prior restraints, libel and slander, privacy, copyrights and trademarks, fair trial, free press, newsgatherer's privilege, freedom of information, obscenity, electronic media regulation, media ownership, advertising, and student presses.
Stone accused Dr Renato Calabria of libel and slander for allegedly telling two celebrity magazines in the US that she underwent the procedure at his Beverly Hills clinic.
Two years later, Perdikis filed a libel and slander lawsuit complaining that two other neurosurgeons called him incompetent.
The traditional insurance policies that provide coverage for defamation, libel and slander typically are focused on the sale of the company s own goods and services, said Mary Fisk-Bieker, senior vice president, insurance operations, Insuretrust.
The following day, Glasco filed a lawsuit for libel and slander against the company, Kudelka, executive director Valerie Wilder, board chairman Allen Marple, and communications director Julia Drake.
The Supreme Court noted that the appellants had originally challenged the stitutionality of the Ontario Libel and Slander Act, but given the nature of the arguments and the limited evidentiary basis for the challenge, focused on a second argument.
Rather than write a whole new policy, we extended our libel and slander policies to whatever we published, including World Wide Web, CD-ROM, video games," Jablonski said.
For many reasons, libel and slander suits can readily be abused.