London Telegraph interviews me about terminated Yahoo! chief executive
On September 9, 2011, the London Telegraph quoted me about former Yahoo! chief executive Carol Bartz’s non-disparagement clause, concerning her public complaints that the Yahoo! board "f—- her over" and about the board as "doofuses".
Although the article only covers snippets of my interview, I underlined to the interviewer that even with a non-disparagement clause, Bartz should be able to rely on the First Amendment’s free expression protections at least to narrow any ambiguities in the clause. The reporter describes me as a libel lawyer. While I love defending the First Amendment for libel lawsuits and other matters, the vast majority of my work is in criminal defense and drunk driving defense.