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D.C. Superior Court

Our client contacted us after enduring months of harassment and disparagement. The harasser sent our client several threatening emails  In addition, the harasser sent a defamatory letter to our client’s employer, leading them to fire our client. We filed a lawsuit against the harasser alleging tortious interference with contract and defamation, and requested substantial damages.

In order to stop the continued harassment during the pendency of the lawsuit, we convinced a DC Superior Court Judge to enter a Temporary Restraining Order against Defendant. We successfully argued that we were substantially likely to succeed on our claims at a trial, and that allowing the harasser to continue disparaging our client would constitute irreparable injury.

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