Protecting Opinion in Twitter's 'Schoolyard Squabbles'
Stephen M. Kramarsky, a member of Dewey Pegno & Kramarsky, discusses the opinion in 'Jacobus v. Trump', writing: In defamation law, a false statement of fact may be actionable; but a statement of opinion, no matter how offensive, generally is not. The opinion in 'Jacobus' is an excellent example of how complicated that analysis has become in the era of pervasive digital information.
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