Disability suit

September 1997
Editor & Publisher;09/20/97, Vol. 130 Issue 38, p39
Trade Publication
Reports on the lawsuit filed by former `San Francisco Examiner' newspaper artist Peter Spino against the newspaper and its parent company, Hearst Corp. Spino's claims against the newspaper's management; Laws allegedly violated by the newspaper.


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