Defamation – Slander Cases

Drew Brown sued Fox News Network, LLC in 2007 on behalf of a former teacher who was incorrectly pictured on the front page of FoxNews.com as having married his 16 year old former student. The national story arose out of Wilmington where a 40 year old teacher/coach actually had married a 16 year old student. Fox News simply had superimposed the wrong teacher pictured next to the 16 year old. Brown represented the wrongfully accused teacher on libel and punitive damage claims and brought suit in Guilford County against Fox News. Fox News subsequently removed the case to federal court. The case settled confidentially.

These results are illustrative only, and do not represent all of the cases that the law firm has  handled. These results should not be considered as any sort of guarantee, warranty, or prediction regarding the outcome of any other legal matter. Every case is different and must be evaluated separately. The law firm  makes no representation that it can obtain in other cases the same or similar results.. This information is not intended to establish, and consequently does not establish, an attorney-client relationship. E-mailing a request for information does not create an attorney-client relationship.

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