H-M Supporter - Gold Member ($25)
- Mar 21, 2013
The truth is an absolute defense. Facts are facts. As long as you relate facts, you're covered!There have been public comments made that suggest that the current offerings are not the same as the one I received a year and a half ago. I can neither confirm or deny however... (lawyer speak, as I was cautioned by a member here that I can be sued for commenting about a company's customer service and/or product).
But so does the other guy, and if you can convince the court that his suit was frivolous he can be ordered to pay your expenses as well. Thus he has no incentive to file a suit that he has no real prospect of winning. Of course, that doesn't mean he may not *threaten* to sue...But like coolidge said, you still have to pay the legal eagles...
The Dietz vs Perez case is interesting (this is an old case, "not today's news", although with some websites it is really hard to tell that the headline you are clicking on isn't from two years ago):In the news this morning...