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Gerard N Misk

Animal Bite, Criminal, Aviation Accident, Defamation & Slander
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Commercial Leasing, Commercial Real Estate, Defamation & Slander, Condominiums
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Age Discrimination, Constitutional Law, Contract, Defamation & Slander
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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Epifani v. Johnson

... slander per se, and citing the Restatement [Second] of Torts § 571, Comment g, which lists crimes actionable as per se slander, including, inter ... of fact, are deemed privileged and, no matter how offensive, cannot be the subject of an action to recover damages for defamation]). ...

Mann v. Abel

... Expressions of opinion, as opposed to assertions of fact, are deemed privileged and, no matter how offensive, cannot be the subject of an action for defamation (see Weiner v Doubleday & Co., 74 NY2d 586, 593 [1989], cert denied 495 US 930 [1990], citing Steinhilber v ...

Rufeh v. Schwartz

... in his trade, business, or profession. This category of slander per se "is limited to defamation of a kind incompatible with the proper conduct of the business, trade, profession or office itself. The statement 1005 must be made ...