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Louboutin wins case against former miss belgium’s anti islamophobia watchdog

Louboutin wins case against former miss belgium’s anti islamophobia watchdog

Cologne – January 20, 2014

A court has found that Louboutin AG is liable for defamation after the company defended its anti-islamophobia policy as “fair and reasonable”. According to the law, in such cases, the defendant is entitled to sue for damages to the plaintiff’s reputation, even if he or she did not directly cause the harm.

The suit, brought by The Freedom of the Press Foundation, a European media advocacy group, claims that Louboutin acted “with impunity” and that defamation claims have been dropped without having카지노 게임 done any investigation into the libel claims in question. The suit claims that Louboutin’s decision to create L’Aquila “was, in essence, an advertising campaign aimed at a specific political interest. It was designed to target a particular group of people and to express that interest through a highly publicized advertorial and PR stunt.” It is expected that a decision on the case will come at some point and that a preliminary judgement will be issued.

The plaintiffs claim the lawsuit has been thrown out because of Louboutin’s “excessive damages.” In the court document, the company states:

We acknowledge that certain statements made in the advertisement, the blog posts, and by certain members of its staff are offensive to some members of the public. … To this end, we have hired and paid damages to the plaintiffs in respect to defamation and breach of contract.

The court ruled that Louboutin did not establish a claim against the plaintiffs “for breach of contract in the face of an implied claim” in the event that one of the ads did not include a quotation. Therefore, Louboutin was not obligated to pay damages in order to defend the claim against defamation.

The court found that the ads were “unreasonably offensive.” This is because the statement and posters appeared in a news article that was published by L’Aquila and its parent company, Dijon. It also found that the advertisements were offensive because they did not identify the plaintiff for their advertising purposes.

In a separate case in France, a court found that the French anti-racism group, Unis de l’Action d’Exposure du Périoc’s “카지노sceptical, even xenophobic” anti-immigration ads were not defamatory.

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