Pseudonymous Litigation Requires Court Permission

A reminder yesterday from Judge James S. Gwin (N.D. Ohio) in Doe v. Doe, a slander lawsuit stemming from allegations of sexual abuse at Oberlin College—the plaintiff is seeking to litigate the case under a pseudonym, but that requires court permission, and requires the plaintiff to clear a fairly high bar: On March 12, 2020,… …

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Ocasio-Cortez Explodes Over Tom Cotton Op-Ed That Features Ideas Supported By Majority Of Americans

Socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocaiso-Cortez (D-NY) lashed out at The New York Times for allowing Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) to publish an op-ed in the newspaper that features ideas that are supported by the majority of Americans. Cotton’s op-ed accurately describes the violent riots that have rocked Democrat-controlled inner cities across the country over the last […] …

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Tom Cotton’s NYT Opinion Piece Calls For Military To Quell Riots. NYT Writers Revolt.

On Wednesday, some reporters from The New York Times issued identical tweets decrying the Times publishing an opinion piece from Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) in which he argued that the Trump administration should send in the military to deal with violent riots and looting throughout the nation. As Politico’s Alex Thompson pointed out, the four […] …

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