Sedgwick Claims Management Servs., Inc. v. Delsman, No. C 09-1468 SBA (N.D. Cal. 2009).
Status: Defense motion to dismiss granted (July 16, 2009).

Sedgwick Claims Management Services sued Robert A. Delsman, Jr., who was denied a disability claim by Sedgwick, and has criticized the company on his blogs,;; and

The company sued for defamation over the blog postings, and for copyright infringement for Delsman's use of photographs of two Sedgwick executives, altered to appear like Adolph Hitler and Heinrich Himler, on "Wanted" posters on postcards sent to Sedgwick employees.

The court dismissed the case, holding that Delsman's use of the phorographs was fair use, and dismissing the other claims under California's anti-SLAPP statute.

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