Benita A. Lloyd


This Note will illustrate how Dun & Bradstreet immensely elevates the distinction between public and private concerns when evaluating what speech deserves first amendment protection in defamation cases. The main thrust is on the deficiencies of the Dun & Bradstreet opinion, and how the Court, although given this opportunity to clarify this area of the law, created greater confusion instead.


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