E. Jean Carroll at Manhattan federal court in New York

Trump Found Liable Once Again for Defaming E. Jean Carroll

Four months after a jury found that Donald Trump sexually abused and defamed advice columnist E. Jean Carroll, a federal judge ruled Wednesday that still more of the ex-president’s comments about her were libelous. The decision means that an upcoming second civil trial will concern only how much more he has to pay her.

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Judge Finds Rudy Giuliani Liable for Defaming Georgia Election Workers

A federal judge entered a default judgment Wednesday against Rudy Giuliani in a defamation lawsuit brought by two Georgia election workers who say they were falsely accused of participating in fraud during the 2020 presidential election.

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Libel Lawsuit Filed in Georgia Against ChatGPT Parent Company OpenAI

A Georgia talk-show radio host sued OpenAI, the company that owns ChatGPT, for libel June 5 after the artificial intelligence chat bot shared false information about the host to a journalist.

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Trump’s Media Company Sues The Washington Post for Defamation, Requests $3.78B in Damages

Donald Trump’s media company which owns his Twitter-like platform, Truth Social, sued the Washington Post May 20 for $3.78 billion in damages, claiming a recently published article on the media company’s finances is defamatory.

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Jury Finds Trump Liable for Sexual Abuse and Defamation in E. Jean Carroll Trial; Awards $5M in Damages

A jury of six men and three women unanimously found Donald Trump liable for sexually abusing and defaming former Elle magazine columnist E. Jean Carroll and awarded her $5 million in damages. 

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E. Jean Carroll’s Defamation and Battery Lawsuit Against Trump Begins in Manhattan

The trial of former Elle Magazine advice columnist E. Jean Carroll’s defamation and battery lawsuit against Donald Trump began today with jury selection, nearly 30 years after the former president allegedly raped her in a midtown Manhattan department store dressing room.

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Legal Scholars Weigh In on the Lasting Significance of Dominion v. Fox

We asked five legal scholars — Samantha Barbas, Martin Garbus, Lyrissa Lidsky, Timothy Zick and Sandra Baron — to give their thoughts on Dominion Voting Systems' defamation lawsuit against Fox following the recent settlement reached in the case.

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Fox Settles for $787.5M, Acknowledges ‘Certain Claims About Dominion to be False’

Fox must pay $787.5 million in a last-minute settlement agreement reached April 18 in Dominion Voting Systems’ defamation lawsuit against Fox News and its parent corporation, marking the end of a highly anticipated trial before it even began.

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