Writer’s lawsuit against Huffington Post and AOL
Jonathan Tasani, a social activist and commentator, is suing AOL and its newest purchase, the Huffington Post, over claims that he and other writers weren’t paid appropriately for their work.
Tasani’s suit, which is seeking class-action status and was filed on Tuesday in a New York U.S. District Court, argues that none of the $315 million AOL paid to buy the Huffington Post has gone to the writers and producers of the news and opinion website, while estimating that about $105 million should have. Read more »
Published: April 12, 2011
Sources: U.S. District Court, Southern Dist. of New York
Credits: Nathan Olivarez-Giles, Ben Welsh
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