Lawyers representing a doctors' group that used videotape of a woman's emergency room visit as part of a tort reform infomercial argued Monday in a Georgia court that their clients' actions are protected political speech. Attorneys for the nonprofit group and for the public relations firms hired to create the infomercial argued that the state's anti-SLAPP statute should bar the now-deceased woman's family from bringing invasion of privacy claims against the producers.
Privacy, Speech Square Off in Fight Over Tort Reform Infomercial
December 15, 2004
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