Some articles on libel suit, libel, suit:
... In 1992, Allan sued Channel 4, the British broadcaster, for libel, claiming that in the documentary The Leader, His Driver and the Driver's Wife by Nick Broomfield she was presented as a "woman of easy ... Allan famously told Carman "Whatever award is given for libel, being cross-examined by you would not make it enough money." Several character witnesses were flown in from South Africa ... "I've always thought he looked rather like a pig in a safari suit." Shaw described how she had peeped through a keyhole and witnessed Allan in a compromising position with a large man ...
... wealth..." In September 1916 Ford's legal counsel filed a libel suit in the U.S ... Landis' jurisdiction and filed a new libel suit against the Chicago Daily Tribune on July 14, 1917 in the State Court of Michigan at Detroit ... public response to his explanation of his now famous statement, that in September 1919 after his libel suit was finally over, he vowed to prove to the world it really is true ...
... Unrelated, also in June, 2007, D'Angelo launched a $2M libel suit against blogger Neate Sager for a posting on Sager's blog site ... D'Angelo dropped the suit when Sager posted an apology ...
Famous quotes containing the words suit and/or libel:
“With no matter what human being, taken individually, I always find reasons for concluding that sorrow and misfortune do not suit him; either because he seems too mediocre for anything so great, or, on the contrary, too precious to be destroyed.”
—Simone Weil (19091943)
“Nor do they trust their tongue alone,
But speak a language of their own;
Can read a nod, a shrug, a look,
Far better than a printed book;
Convey a libel in a frown,
And wink a reputation down.”
—Jonathan Swift (16671745)