Feb 24, 2017

One Man’s Bid to Clear His Name Online: 4 Years, $3 Million and Some Dead Turtles - WSJ

An adversary defamed real-estate investor Bradley Cohen by suggesting his company, Cohen Asset Management, was a Ponzi scheme. Fighting back took four years and a historic legal case that resulted in a $38 million award.

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