Ripp let off hook in tech libel case

NEW YORK: A libel case involving Allan Ripp PR and a law firm it represented was dropped last week after a three-and-a-half-year passage through the courts.

NEW YORK: A libel case involving Allan Ripp PR and a law firm it represented was dropped last week after a three-and-a-half-year passage through the courts.

NEW YORK: A libel case involving Allan Ripp PR and a law firm it

represented was dropped last week after a three-and-a-half-year passage

through the courts.



Law firm Anderson Kill & Olick had been representing Computer Aid, which

was involved in a dispute with Hewlett-Packard. When the law firm

attacked HP in a carefully worded release written by Ripp, HP’s

attorneys sued.



’Part of me wishes it would have gone to trial, as I stand by what we

did,’ said agency founder Allan Ripp, a solo practitioner.



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