Cosby accuser can sue Martin Singer over demand letter

When might libel lawyers face liability themselves for sending threat letters? Perhaps more often than had been assumed. Eriq Gardner, Hollywood Reporter on a new ruling in the Bill Cosby case (“Not only is Marty Singer being dragged back as a co-defendant in this lawsuit, but Dickinson is being allowed to sue Cosby over statements to media outlets. No litigation privilege attaches when demand letters are merely bluffs.”) Related: Max Kennerly, 2013.

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