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Tamara Kay v. The Irish Rover Dismissed

Posted by James Bopp, Jr. | Jan 09, 2024 | 0 Comments

The defamation lawsuit brought against the Irish Rover by Prof. Tamara Kay in June 2023 was dismissed by St. Joseph County, Indiana, Superior Court on Jan 8, 2024, under Indiana's Anti-SLAPP law. 

The court's ruling, issued by Justice Steven David, held that, “the alleged defamatory statements were true, within the meaning of the law, not made with actual malice, did not contain a defamatory inference, and there were no damages that were causally linked to The Irish Rover Articles, Dr. Kay's defamation claim fails and the statements in the Articles were lawful.” Read the full Irish Rover article here.

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Practice Areas: First Amendment Law, Campaign-Finance Law, Constitutional Law, Election Law, Civil Litigation, Appellate Practice, and United States Supreme Court Practice.

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