O'Reilly, Fox Face Breach of Contract Claims Over Outing of Accuser
A woman claims the cable news company and its former host breached their settlement agreement by making false, defamatory statements after a New York Times story identified her as one of Bill O'Reilly's harassment accusers.
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B. Colby Hamilton is a litigation reporter for the New York Law Journal and Law.com.
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