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“Franklin Prescriptions v. New York Times Co. – Omission of Presumed Damages Charge Was Not Reversible Error”

On November 1, 2005 by Schnader

Published in the American Bar Association’s Media, Privacy and Defamation Law Committee Newsletter

Solano examines the difficulty of seeking to measure damages for a plaintiff’s claim of damage to their reputation because there is a lack of governing rules and standards in this area of the law. The article also describes the particulars of the Franklin case, a matter of libel by implication.