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July 23, 1994 | TAMMY HYUNJOO KRESTA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two boxing promoters who had been friends and business partners are duking it out in a legal battle that could cost one of them more than $11 million. James Browning filed a lawsuit in Orange County Superior Court this week against Ted Luckow, who Browning claims damaged his reputation and thwarted future business ventures by sending what he alleges was a libelous letter.
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November 29, 1998 | RICHARD MAROSI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In August, hundreds of employees at GoldenRAM Inc. received a remarkable set of electronic messages: A salesman at the Irvine firm announced he was profiting from confidential company information and urged them to investigate him. But the salesman, John Mash, insists he didn't send the rambling, profanity-laced e-mails. Rather, he says he was the victim of a cyber-impersonator who somehow sent out messages that appeared to come from Mash's computer.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 29, 1998 | RICHARD MAROSI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In August, hundreds of employees at GoldenRAM Inc. received a remarkable set of electronic messages: A salesman at the Irvine firm announced he was profiting from confidential company information and urged them to investigate him. But the salesman, John Mash, insists he didn't send the rambling, profanity-laced e-mails. Rather, he says he was the victim of a cyber-impersonator who somehow sent out messages that appeared to come from Mash's computer.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 23, 1994 | TAMMY HYUNJOO KRESTA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two boxing promoters who had been friends and business partners are duking it out in a legal battle that could cost one of them more than $11 million. James Browning filed a lawsuit in Orange County Superior Court this week against Ted Luckow, who Browning claims damaged his reputation and thwarted future business ventures by sending what he alleges was a libelous letter.
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October 2, 1989 | Jack Smith
My recent observation that Americans are the most litigious people in the world has provoked some irate attacks on my credibility, which were not unexpected. I am disappointed, though, that only two of them came from lawyers, which suggests that they are not as contentious as I imagined. David A. Rosen, of Rose, Klein & Marias, calls my column "an uncharacteristically cheap and unsupported shot on our legal system.
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