Lawyer's death postpones lawsuit over disclosure of actress' age

, The National Law Journal


Trial in a lawsuit alleging that entertainment Web site Inc. illegally publicized an actress's real age, causing her to lose prospective casting roles, has been postponed because the plaintiff's lead counsel, John Dozier, an expert on Internet law, died on August 6.

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  • Dissident

    So she wants the website to knowingly publish a lie so she can get a job. But, then couldn't an employer who hired her based upon the lie sue the website?

    Talk about Catch 22.

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