Howell V. Enterprise Publishing Co. Case Study

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In the case of Howell v. Enterprise Publishing Co. there are similar defamation claims the the case of Kaelin v. Globe Communications Corporation. On May 9, 2005 James Howell who served as the superintendent of the sewer department for the town of Abington was place on administrative leave. Howell was later eventually fired from the position due to the discovery of inappropriate and unauthorized images owned by the sewer company. After his termination, reporters at The Enterprise Company began covering Howells case for months. Howell later filled suit against the publishing company claiming they defamed him by reporting he was being charged with charges of conflict of interest and fraudulent collection of unemployment benefits and pornography
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