FORMER FOX NEWS EMPLOYEES
VS. BILL O’REILLY

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Nancy Erika Smith and the Smith Mullin team have successfully represented three former Fox News employees against Bill O’Reilly. Follow along and stay up-to-date on the latest press releases and news regarding the case of Bill O’Reilly and three former Fox News employees.

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Bill O’Reilly and Fox News Cannot Suppress Evidence in Former Fox News Employees’ Defamation Lawsuit

 

For the first time, facts about settlement terms Bill O’Reilly forced on former Fox News employees Rebecca Gomez Diamond and Andrea Mackris, (who are suing O’Reilly with Rachel Witlieb Bernstein) have come to light, as a Federal Judge has ruled that documents in the women’s defamation lawsuit against O’Reilly and Fox News can be seen by the public.

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Former Fox News Employees Push Back in Defamation Lawsuit Against Bill O’Reilly and Fox News

 

Three former Fox News employees, Rebecca Gomez Diamond, Andrea Mackris, and Rachel Witlieb Bernstein, who have sued Bill O’Reilly and Fox News for defamation, are fighting to argue their case in open court.

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Court Documents

  • Order Denying Def Motion to Seal - April 3, 2018

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  • Filed Unredacted Declaration of Neil Mullin - April 4, 2018

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  • Plaintiff's Brief in Opposition to Defendant Bill O'Reilly's Motion to Dismiss or Compel Arbitration - April 4, 2018

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  • Plaintiff's Brief in Opposition to Defendant Fox News Network LLC's Motion to Dismiss Or, In The Alternative, To Compel Mediation or Arbitration - April 4, 2018

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  • Filed Unredacted Exhibit A to Mullin Declaration - April 4, 2018

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  • Filed Unredacted Exhibit B to Fox Declaration - April 4, 2018

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  • Filed Unredacted Exhibit E - lmullindec - April 4, 2018

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