Case Brief: Reynolds v. Reynolds (In re Estate of Reynolds), 327 P.3d 213 (Ariz. App. 2014)

Case Citation Reynolds v. Reynolds (In re Estate of Reynolds), 327 P.3d 213 (Ariz. App. 2014). Facts Respondent/Appellee wrote two online commentaries about her mother. The first commentary described Respondent/Appellee’s own reaction to her elderly mother’s diminished quality of life … Continue reading

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Soldiers Falsely Portrayed – Why Colorado Should Recognize the False Light Tort

  Colorado Put The Kibosh on the False Light Tort Unlike Arizona, Colorado does not recognize the false light invasion of privacy tort. See Denver Publ. Co. v. Bueno, 54 P.3d 893, 31 Media L. Rep. 1137 (Colo. 2002). HopkinsWay … Continue reading

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Getting Relief Under Colorado’s New Revenge Porn Laws

  What is Revenge Porn? “Revenge porn” refers to non-consensual publication of explicit images for the purpose of harassing or inflicting emotional distress on the subject of the image, or for pecuniary gain. Victims of revenge porn are those who … Continue reading

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Arizona Wiretap Law: When Can You Sue for Damages?

  Wiretapping is Illegal in Arizona In Arizona, illegal wiretapping is the unauthorized interception of a wire or electronic communication or a conversation or discussion by one who is not a party to the communication, is not present during the … Continue reading

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