Dallas Cowboys Irvin and Williams settle suit against Texas TV station

August 1997
Jet;08/11/97, Vol. 92 Issue 12, p38
Reports on Michael Irvin and Erik Williams, players for the Dallas Cowboys football team settling their suit against a Forth Worth, Texas TV station for defamation of character. Suit against KXAS-TV and reporter mary Griffin; Allegations from December 31, 1996 report of alleged sexual assault from Nina Shahravan; Players federal suit against police department pending.


Related Articles

  • KXAS settles lawsuit.  // Electronic Media;07/28/97, Vol. 16 Issue 31, p40 

    Reports that in Dallas, Texas, a defamation lawsuit filed by the two members of the Dallas Cowboys football team, Michael Irvin and Erik Williams, was settled by KXAS-TV. Charges against the players; How much money the players are expected to receive respectively.

  • Michael Irvin and Erik Williams deny sexual assault allegations.  // Jet;01/20/97, Vol. 91 Issue 9, p54 

    Reports on the accusations of rape against Dallas Cowboys players Erik Williams and Michael Irvin. Comments from both players; Details about the video tape of the alleged event; Information about the women making the accusations; Her history of false accusations according to her estranged husband.

  • Evidentiary Behaviors Constituting Reckless Disregard for the Truth. Kim, Gyong Ho // Communications & the Law;Dec98, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p39 

    Analyzes the rulings in New York Times Co. and its progeny to see what types of behaviors are considered to be actual malice. Details on the libel suit that Louis Sullivan, a city commissioner of Montgomery, Alabama filed against the New York Times; Progeny of New York Times Co.; Conclusion.

  • The Cowboy files. McCallum, Jack; O'Brien, Richard // Sports Illustrated;1/20/97, Vol. 86 Issue 2, p18 

    Discusses the rape accusations filed against Dallas Cowboys player Michael Irvin and Erik Williams by Nina Shahravan. Shahravan's recanting; The behavior of Cowboys players that led people to believe the accusations; The false branding of Irvin and Williams as sexual offenders by the media.

  • Defamation: time limits reduced.  // Accountancy;Mar1986, Vol. 97 Issue 1111, p30 

    Reports that the 57th section of the Administration of Justice Act of 1985 in Great Britain changes the time limits for actions for libel and slander. Reduction from six to three years from publication.

  • ONLY IN AMERICA (Cont'd).  // Fortune;12/27/1993, Vol. 128 Issue 16, p141 

    An excerpt from an article published in the "Wall Street Journal" is presented.

  • Owner Not Liable for Defamation Against Former Resident.  // Apartment Building Management Insider;2009, Vol. 23 Issue 13, p5 

    The article discusses a court case wherein a former resident sued the owner and property manager of the apartment that he formerly rented for defamation.

  • Judge throws out suit against editor.  // Advocate;7/8/70, Vol. 4 Issue 10, p22 

    Reports on the dismissal of a complaint of criminal defamation filed by a police official against the editor of the periodical 'Mattachine Midwest,' in Chicago, Illinois. Reason for filing the complaint; Grounds on which the case was dismissed.

  • Takeover panel 'privileged'. Kobrin, David // Accountancy;Feb1981, Vol. 92 Issue 1050, p96 

    Discusses a High Court in Great Britain's ruling on the libel case of Graff v Panel on Takeovers and Mergers. Case background; Upholding of the Takeover Panel's defense of qualified privilege.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics