New York Law Journal "Court Examines the Fact-Opinion Analysis in Defamation Case" by Stephen M. Kramarsky

January 25, 2016

Accusations of fraud can be serious business. In today's marketplace we absorb so much competitive information that we tend to dismiss most of it as noise. But when negative chatter goes too far it can ruin reputations and cause enormous professional harm. To keep that in check, while balancing the protection of free expression, New York has developed a complex body of law on defamation. That law continues to evolve with new kinds of speech and new outlets for publication.

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