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Resolute sues Greenpeace for $7 million

June 2, 2013 – In a display of corporate backbone, Montreal-based Resolute Forest Products has filed a $7 million lawsuit against Greenpeace Canada.

The suit, which was filed in Thunder Bay last Thursday, names Greenpeace and its campaigners, Richard Brooks and Shane Moffatt, and claims “damages for defamation, malicious falsehood and intentional interference with economic relations” in the amount of $5 million. It also seeks punitive damages of $2 million, plus costs, for a total of $7 million.

For the full article visit, www.financialpost.com

June 2, 2013  By Financial Post

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