There are many controversial websites today where posters post negative remarks and comments using false and fictitious names. Offended individuals and entities want to know the true identity of these posters. In a case decided on March 5, 2007, Reunion Industries Inc. v Doe, (Allegheny County, J. Wettick) a Pennsylvania Judge ruled that the offended party must first make a prima facie case showing that it suffered damages. In other words a party seeking the identity of a poster needs to show that the post was false, that the post was defamatory and that there was suffered actual harm.
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Date: March 27, 2007
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Attorney Joe Price is a seasoned Trial Lawyer serving Northeast, Central and Southeast Pennsylvania for the past forty (40) years. He has handled serious personal injury cases in courts throughout the Federal system including New Jersey and New York. Attorney Price is A.V. Rated by Martindale Hubble. He is Board Certified in Civil Practice by the National Board of Trial Advocacy since 1996.