Sam Sethi Sues TechCrunch

Filed as News on July 1, 2009 1:53 pm

Sam Sethi, the former TechCrunch writer, BlogNation owner, and Twitblogs founder, has filed a lawsuit against TechCrunch. For what, you might wonder? Nothing less than “a series of libelous postings” according to the lawsuit letter exchange reposted on Arrington’s CrunchNotes blog. There are some juicy details about Sethi there too, including claims that he’s being sued and is or was barred from being a director or manager for a company. I’ll not recount that though, since Arrington obviously is a party in this mess.

I’ll say this though, I love the openness of which Arrington treats these things. I know I’d think twice before publishing something from a law firm with this in the heading:

Letter Before Action
Private & Confidential (Not For Publication)

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  1. Sam Sethi Sues TechCrunch | Cookee Ninja - Business, Technology, Internet, WorldJuly 2, 2009 at 12:47 am
  2. By Fern posted on July 3, 2009 at 3:23 pm
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    I’m sure his attorneys are thrilled that he is waiving attorney-client privilege. $10 says that one bites him in the ass.

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  3. Sam Sethi Talks About the TechCrunch Lawsuit | The Blog HeraldJuly 3, 2009 at 6:49 pm

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