Omar Ha-Redeye spoke to John Tory on Newstalk 1010 about Rob Ford’s statements that he would sue former staffers over their comments to the police. “I can’t put up with it any more,” Ford said today. “Litigation will be starting shortly.” Ford named his former chief of staff Mark Towhey,
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As a sequel to Vigna v. Levant, 2010 ONSC 6308, Justice Smith released a cost decision on January 26, 2011, ordering Ezra Levant to pay $32,500 plus taxes. Case summary on Slaw. Giacomo Vigna v Ezra Levant (Costs)
Charlie Moore, Juliana Olsson, and Ian Ferguson talks to Omar Ha-Redeye on the Rocket Lawyer Podcast about Wikileaks, reputation management, and how to deal with information leaks in the private sector. Additional commentary on Slaw. See Ian Ferguson’s blog post about the podcast, which includes a transcript of an excerpt:
Bob Tarantino of Heenan Blaikie picked up on a post on Slaw by Omar Ha-Redeye on internet defamation damages, citing an article by Matthew Nied, and commented on it on the firm’s Entertainment and Medial Law Signal:
Vigna v. Levant, 2010 ONSC 6308, was released on November 18, 2010. Smith J. has some strong words for Ezra Levant, orders him to pay $25,000 in fine, and remove offending blog posts concerning Giacomo Vigna. Vigna v. Levant (2010) Case summary available on Slaw.