Debra Katz Was Wrong about Paula Jones's Case

If you are a woman with a sexual harassment claim against a man who is politically favored by Christine Blasey Ford's attorney, Debra Katz, don't hire Katz as your attorney.  In 1998, Katz stated that Paula Jones did not have a viable case against President Bill Clinton.  Soon thereafter, Jones's lawsuit was dismissed before a trial could occur by federal Judge Susan Webber Wright, now known as Susan Webber Carter.  Katz's statements were not vindicated by Carter's ruling, because Carter's ruling was wrong.  Jones's lawsuit against Clinton included claims under federal civil rights laws and a claim under Arkansas tort law for intentional infliction of emotional distress.  The legal viability of Carter's ruling that Jones's claim for intentional infliction of emotional distress should not be heard by a jury rests on her statement that "the conduct as alleged by...(Read Full Article)
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