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McCaffery Opposes Out-of-County Judge in Inky Lawsuit

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice suing the Inquirer is opposing a move to bring a non-Philadelphia judge in to try the case. Dion Rassias, the […]

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More Lawyers Ask for Out-of-County Judge in Inky Lawsuit

More defendants in Seamus McCaffery’s lawsuit against the Philadelphia Inquirer are asking that an out-of-county judge be assigned to the case, according to court filings. […]

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The Best Daily Paper in Town Is the Philadelphia Daily News*

First of all, let’s grant that journalists take awards way too seriously — but for obvious reasons: Circulation reports and page-view analytics don’t always provide […]

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Lawsuit: McCaffery Lawyer Decries “Smear Campaign” by Inky

Philadelphia Inquirer editor Bill Marimow used the paper to conduct a “smear campaign” against Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery and his wife, McCaffery’s lawyer […]

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Federal Suit Filed Against Philly.com Over Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis Photo

Philadelphia Media Network LLC and Philadelphia Newspapers LLC have been sued in Federal Court over a photo of Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis that was […]

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The Inquirer’s Journalism Is in Real Trouble

A couple of weeks ago, I was interviewing an Inquirer journalist about some bit of newsroom dysfunction — there’s always some bit of newsroom dysfunction […]

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Is Kathleen Kane the Next Public Official to File Suit Involving the Inky?

NBC10 reports that PA Attorney General Kathleen Kane has hired a law firm to represent her in a possible defamation suit, following this week’s Philadelphia […]

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McCaffery’s Lawyer: Official Inquirer Complaint Coming Next Week

A defense lawyer’s motion to have every Philadelphia judge recused from a Pennsylvania Supreme Court justice’s lawsuit against the Philadelphia Inquirer has had at least one […]

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Defense Lawyer Seeks Recusal of Every Judge in Philly

A defense lawyer in Seamus McCaffery’s lawsuit against the Philadelphia Inquirer is asking that every judge in Philadelphia be recused from the case. Richard Sprague, […]

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Kane Sting Controversy Isn’t Going Away

PA Attorney General Kathleen Kane tried to clear the boards Monday, holding a press conference in which she said that Philly Democratic lawmakers who had […]

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Kane Blasts Inky Story on Abandoned Sting

Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane on Sunday blasted a long and detailed Philadelphia Inquirer story reporting she had abandoned a sting operation—started under her predecessor—that had […]

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Newsroom Shaken by Norcross Campaign Solicitation

This is what inevitably comes of having a political boss as a newspaper owner, perhaps: The newsrooms of the Inquirer and Daily News are again […]

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Seamus McCaffery to Inquirer: Show Your Hand

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Seamus McCaffery is demanding the Philadelphia Inquirer show its evidence for stories that prompted an FBI investigation of him — even […]

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Joe McGinniss, Inky Columnist-Turned-Controversial Author, Dead at 71

The Daily News reports: “JOE McGINNISS, who went from controversial stints at the old Evening Bulletin and the Inquirer to best-sellerdom as a writer of blistering books, died yesterday […]

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Inky Mess: Karen Heller Vs. George Norcross’s Spokesman

Another week, another rumpus in the Inquirer newsroom. This time, it involves longtime Inky columnist Karen Heller and Daniel Fee, whose strategic communications firm, The […]