WHITNEY HOUSTON V. NY POST Co., Inc brief= Palpalini.docx

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Christopher Anosike February 22, 2014 Professor Palpalini Legal Studies 1101 WHITNEY HOUSTON V. NEW YORK POST CO., Inc Facts: A person commenced this libel action after a publication falsely reported that she had been hospitalized following and overdose of diet pills. The person sought compensatory and punitive damages. Issue: The issue is whether a publication to publish an article that is centered on upon personal
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  • Law, Whitney Houston, evil motive, Christopher Anosike

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