News paper article about a recent win

Summary:  a business can’t sue you for speaking against them in a public hearing, and if they do, you can sue them back – both for malicious prosecution and for the violation of your constitutional rights, I’m proud of the decision because the second part – recognising a cause of action against a private entity for a violation of the First Amendment under New Jersey’s Civil Rights Act – is a pretty big step for the court, even if all of the case law leading up to it indicated that’s how the law was going to be interpreted.


Ruling in defamation suit favors Glassboro activist | Courier-Post |

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