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Libel Whistleblowers

Chris Lazarini Discusses Whether Defamatory Statements Constitute Libel Per Se

by Bass, Berry & Sims PLC on

Bass, Berry & Sims attorney Chris Lazarini discussed a case where defendant carried out a personal vendetta against the plaintiff following plaintiff's report against defendant for violations of securities laws. Following...more

Is “Whistle-Blow” A Bad Word?

by Allen Matkins on

John Doe 2 v. Superior Court, 2016 Cal. App. LEXIS 635 (Cal. Ct. App. 2016)If someone send an email stating that they hope that they might whistle-blow on you, have you been libeled? Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge...more

Paul Watler Speaks: Save the Plane – Or Save Yourself From a Libel Suit?

by Jackson Walker on

Fear of liability may match fear of flying for many Americans. We all know that commercial aviation is one of the safest forms of modern transportation. But it only takes a gut-wrenching drop of an aircraft in the...more

Religious Institutions - March 2014

by Holland & Knight LLP on

Under state and federal law, "whistleblowers" are a protected class and a broader category of persons than intuitively you might guess. When we imagine the quintessential whistleblower, the individual is usually someone who...more

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