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Lawyer Gets Green Light to Sue Gawker Over Rape Comments

A federal appeals court said Meanith Huon can proceed with claims that a Gawker employee was behind a defamatory post to the site's comment section.

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  • outbroker

    I wasn‘t a fan of Gawker or its search for sensationalism. But the damages awarded were ludicrous, and driven more by personal vendetta than real harm.

  • Auden L. Grumet, Esq.

    Good ruling! Although even more claims should have survived.

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