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PostPosted: December 8th, 2014, 5:44 pm 
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WRITER POSTS COMPLAINT
QBS Learning Formerly Bill Smith Group/Q2A

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DID A RANDOM PERSON HIRE A LAWYER BASED ON A COMMON FIRST NAME ALONE?
Lena Dunham's Publisher Fires Back at Breitbart With Clarification of ‘Barry One’ Rape Allegations

https://za.celebrity.yahoo.com/news/len ... cAtwDQtDMD
Shortly after TheWrap published the story of conservative blog Breitbart News demanding Lena Dunham‘s camp break their silence about a possibly misidentified man the 'Girls' star claimed sexually assaulted her, we got the following statement from Random House, the book's publisher...

...EXCEPT FORBES HAS ALSO CLAIMED VICTORY IN THE LAWSUIT
Prince Alwaleed claims victory in Forbes libel case

http://www.arabianbusiness.com/prince-a ... 73234.html
"The Prince has consistently maintained that Forbes defamed him by falsely accusing him of defaulting on important contractual obligations, dishonestly manipulating the share price of Kingdom Holding Company, and firing KHC's auditor..."

IF YOUR CREATIVE WORK IS AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET, THIS MAY AFFECT YOU
No harsh penalties for illicit downloaders under copyright reform

http://www.smh.com.au/digital-life/digi ... 22rmj.html
"Australians will be blocked from accessing popular overseas websites hosting pirated movies and TV shows but would escape punishment for downloading illicit content under copyright law proposals being presented to federal cabinet on Tuesday."

AND, HERE'S A HUMOROUS BREAK FROM LEGAL PUBLISHING NEWS...
Headline proof that animals are still magic for newspapers

http://www.theguardian.com/media/greens ... newspapers
"Contents bills feature racist swans, knicker-eating dogs and a range of aggressive goats, gulls and cattle..."


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