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an abusive attack on a person's character or good name

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Until recently, the Tax Court and the Service have been in agreement that it is appropriate to distinguish between injury to one's personal and business reputations in cases of defamation of character.
False profiles fuel resume fraud or defamation of character.
Clattenburg has been told by close associates he has a strong claim for a defamation of character suit against Chelsea.
It is on these grounds Tevez's camp believe they could have grounds to sue Mancini for defamation of character.
But he may step up his war with the club by suing coach Roberto Mancini for defamation of character.
Cheryl Gray, a 50-year-old woman from Michigan is taking legal action against her former flame Wylie Iwan, a 35-year-old Applebee's employee from Washington, for "misrepresentation, promissory estoppel, defamation of character, and intentional infliction of emotional distress," reported CNET.
Records indicate they were seeking $2 million in relief for pain and suffering, defamation of character and other claims.
A spokeswoman for the Citizen's Advice Bureau said Mr Howard may have a case for defamation of character, but would need expert legal advice.
After a long appeal process that ended two weeks ago, DiBella has collected the more than $700,000 (which includes interest) he won from Hopkins in a libel suit he put on Hopkins in December 2001 for defamation of character.
The allegations were so serious I went to my solicitor who said it was defamation of character.
Pakistan legend Imran Khan has suggested the world's fastest bowler should sue the PCB for defamation of character after a rib injury was diagnosed.
Plaintiff alleges conspiracy and defamation of character.
Being anything other than a 100per cent red blooded mad-for-it hetero is still considered to be a huge defamation of character with some people but that is still no excuse for outing without consent.
Writing a blog is the online equivalent of publishing you opinions in the local paper--laws of libel, slander and defamation of character do apply.
CARNAGE And now, just to give the sorry mess the air of the Mad Hatters Tea Party, former owner Craig Whyte has threatened to sue the SFA for defamation of character after they fined him pounds 200,000 for bringing the game into disrepute.