On May 21, 2012, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled, in W.J.A. v. D.A., that a private party alleging defamation need not proffer evidence of actual damages to survive a motion for summary judgment and reach a jury. A-77-10, (N.J. May 21, 2012). The court concluded, however, that in the absence of proof of actual damages, the plaintiff is limited in recovery...
Defamation Plaintiff Need Not Offer Evidence Of Actual Damages, New Jersey Supreme Court Holds
|Author:||Mr Evan Shenkman and Ryan T. Warden|
|Profession:||Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart|
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