libel

Mike Lindell has a very unusual definition of "free speech."
A Fox News legal analyst criticized President Donald Trump for suing The New York Times over an opinion column and said the lawsuit is “dead on arrival.”
The legal analyst pointed to the president's comment that The New York Times got their opinion "wrong."
The New York Times Co. v. Sullivan set an important standard on First Amendment rights a half-century ago.
Legal experts say Stephen Elliott's libel case may unmask anonymous contributors to the list launched by Moira Donegan.
Trump wants to “open up the libel laws” to sue reporters, but experts say there isn’t much he can do.
The Supreme Court has established two clear guidelines with respect to libel claims.
Having previously sued Gawker Media, Shiva Ayyadurai has sicced his lawyer on TechDirt’s Mike Masnick.
A very long time ago, in the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798, the federal government tried to punish adverse comments made
The Republican presidential candidate hasn't sued a newspaper in over 30 years.