Libelous


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Libelous

In the nature of a written Defamation ,a communication that tends to injure reputation.

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However, the world-class resort "encountered a series of booking cancellations, even on its peak season" as a result of the libelous videos.
And it takes a year to a year and a half, until all the court proceedings are finished, for them to realize it was a libelous complaint and close the case.'
In a June 14 2011 ruling, Robert Eringer was ordered to pay 20,000 Euros in damages plus 7,000 Euros in legal fees to Prince Albert for the publication of false and libelous materials.
The appeals court affirmed, finding that the inmate's allegation in his grievance that a prison officer was rumored to have engaged in sexual misconduct with other officers was libelous and unprivileged.
An evildoer whose testimony before the 9/11 Commission is nothing but a grandstanding load of transparent lies in a pitiable attempt to hype sales of his libelous collection of untruths published by a subsidiary of Viacom, which also owns CBS (wink-wink).
After hearing Lowenthal's testimony, a London jury found his criticisms not libelous and found for the defendant.
The case arose from a Civil War incident involving a civilian accused of publishing "incendiary and libelous" antiwar propaganda.
In another magazine, I had something written about me recently and it struck me as libelous. This person suggested I got drunk off three glasses of wine in Australia at Dustin's house and couldn't function.
If you find inappropriate or libelous comments about you or your colleagues on the site, you can "flag" them for quick evaluation--and possibly removal--by the site's screening staff.
The Lynchburg, Va.-based televangelist had insisted that the site was libelous and infringed on trademark rights by using his name and image, but U.S.
Causey added, "There's an interesting story about that, including a libelous assault on me from the Audubon Society" that he promised to share in a profile in a coming issue.
'The exchange is aware of a number of unfounded rumours circulating in the market, some of them libelous and deeply offensive, which appear designed to undermine its business and reputation,' the LSE said.