Trump Rape Accuser Asks Court to Keep Defamation Suit Alive

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Bloomberg
Published on:
April 19, 2021
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“Only in a world gone mad could it be presidential, not personal, for Trump to punitively slander a woman for revealing a decades-old sexual assault.”

On Friday night, we filed our brief in the Second Circuit on behalf of our client E. Jean Carroll. Read more here from Bloomberg and read the brief in full here.

Kaplan Hecker & Fink lawyers Roberta Kaplan, Joshua Matz, Raymond Tolentino, Matthew Craig, Marcella Coburn, and Rachel Tuchman contributed to the brief, alongisde Professor Leah Litman of Michigan Law School.

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