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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Independent Newspapers, Inc. v. Brodie

... Plaintiff has had numerous opportunities to state his defamation claim properly and with sufficient particularity. ... [18] Section 5-105 of the Courts and Judicial Proceedings Article, Maryland Code (1974, 2002 Repl.Vol.), entitled, "Assault, libel or slander," states, "[a]n action for ...

Attorney Grievance v. Foltz

... [4] The factual bases of the charges involved a defamation suit initiated by Respondent in 1999 against David and Theresa DeCenzo, and a counterclaim filed by them, upon which in 2001, after a jury trial, a judgment was entered against Mr. Foltz for approximately $386,000 ...

Norman v. Borison

... malice? We conclude that appellant does not have standing to sue for defamation, and that the absolute privilege extends to the allegedly defamatory statements, thereby answering "no" to questions I and II. ... allegations.". The Defamation Action. ...