We covered it a few days ago here, but Alan is still at it, this time succeeding in having the picture his client hates posted in this New Times article.
"It's just not as cut and dry as rich guy for vanity purposes file a lawsuit," Kluger says. "This was all part of his constant battles to fight her defamation."
"This is not a case about censorship or vanity, this is a woman who unrelentingly harassed Mr. Katz," Kluger says. "He's trying to stop this woman."Who said anything about censorship or vanity? The talk around town is that the 11th Circuit's opinion suggests this was farkatke legal advice for which the client got bobkes.