Tort/Negligence – Defamation – Performer’s DVD – Edited Arrest Recording – Appropriation – Unfair Trade Practices – Civil Practice – Discovery – Admissions – DamagesNguyen v. Taylor By failing to respond to plaintiffs’ request for admissions, defendant Taylor admitted (1) that he defamed plaintiffs by placing on a DVD a doctored recording that made it appear - falsely - that Taylor was wrongfully arrested and (2) he made more than $10 million from sales of the DVD.
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Published: February 24, 2012
Time posted: 5:23 pm
Tags: Admissions, Appropriation, Civil Practice, Damages, defamation, discovery, Edited Arrest Recording, Performer’s DVD, Tort/Negligence, Unfair Trade Practices