A plaintiff in a defamation suit over anonymous postings on a Google-hosted blog may not obtain the writers' names, a New Jersey appeals court rules, upholding a trial judge who quashed a subpoena
Originally Published: New Jersey Law Journal
Google "Levinson Axelrod" and you find two addresses — www.levinsonaxelrod.com and www.njlawyers.com — that bring you to the Edison, N.J., personal injury firm's Web site
Wayne Lonstein has made a specialty of representing cable and satellite TV companies, filing hundreds of signal piracy cases in courts around the country, more than 250 in New Jersey alone
The federal Communications Decency Act immunizes the host of an online community bulletin board from defamation claims, the New Jersey Appellate Division held last week in the state's first interpret
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