libel suit   (名誉毀損訴訟)

Light's subsequent libel suit against Groth was eventually dismissed.

Martin initiated a libel suit.

At 1 a.m on October 27, O'Hara was arrested in another libel suit by Quinn.

libel case   (名誉棄損事件)

The libel case ended with the BCA withdrawing its suit in 2010.

A libel case against the Rev.

This article was the subject of a successful libel case against editor John Stephens in March 1850.

blood libel   (血の名誉毀損)

The Massena blood libel drew national attention.

He urged people not to succumb to "myths" such as the blood libel.

There were at least six blood libel persecutions in cities between 1870 and 1892.

sued for libel   (名誉毀損で訴えられる)

West denied the story and sued for libel and defamation.

Ramsay sued for libel, resulting in a trial in July 1941.

Other exhibitors feared being sued for libel by Hearst and refused to show the film.

libel action   (名誉棄損行為)

The latter, which aired on January 23, 1982, was the subject of a libel action brought by General William Westmoreland.

In 1898 he was threatened with a libel action by Charles Goss, over a polemic defending open access, and he was forced to apologise.

Comyns Carr’s reputation as a barrister was confirmed in a libel action brought by Horatio Bottomley against an associate named Reuben Bigland.