Right on the heels of our post yesterday on defamation comes a case publicly reported just today in which neighbors in a small building in Brooklyn, New York ended up in court after years of screaming, menacing and suing. For the winner, though, there was no financial award to go with the judge’s finding that
Loss of Consortium Claim Follows Arrest of College Basketball Coach
By John Hochfelder on
Posted in Defamation, Loss of Consortium Damages
On December 18, 2008, University of Mississippi’s basketball coach, Andy Kennedy, was arrested in Ohio for assault following an altercation with Mohammed Jiddou, a Cincinnati cab driver. The criminal trial is set for April 20, 2009.
But that’s not what’s prompting this post. What’s blogworthy here is the lawsuit the coach filed the day after…