Why Retractions Must Specifically Identify Each Plaintiff

Retractions matter. Let me repeat and emphasize.  Retractions really matter. This is what the owners of the Staples Center in Los Angeles learned yesterday when the California Court of Appeals, Second District, determined that Plaintiffs’ retraction was not sufficiently specific.  In Anschutze Entertainment Group, INC, et al. v. Frank W. Snepp III, et al., Plaintiffs […]

Corrections vs. Retractions: There Is A Difference

I tell my clients to demand a correction and request a retraction. The reason is, demanding a correction is not only necessary in certain circumstances to seek general and exemplary damages, but also because corrections are much easier to obtain. Retractions are much more difficult to come by, however.  Think about it. A correction is an […]