Defamation in Emails: The Judicial Privilege

, New York Law Journal

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Carmen S. Giordano writes: Balancing free speech rights on the Internet against rights of privacy and the right not to be defamed is not always easy. The judicial or litigation privilege is a defense to defamation claims and may provide protection to communications that are intended for, or ultimately circulate on, the web.

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