University of Chicago Press
If a reputation is injured, does it matter whether defamation is the cause? Injury to reputation differs from other items of damage a plaintiff enumerates. Tradition links it to particular tortious conduct-defamation-on the part of a defendant. This Comment examines ordinary negligent conduct as an alternative ground for recovery for injury to reputation.
Sticks and Stones Can Break My Name: Nondefamatory Negligent Injury to Reputation
University of Chicago Law Review
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