Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Constantino sues Agustin; Inquirer claims Agustin's column title and logo copyrighted

Political activist Renato Constantino Jr. sues former Philippine Daily Inquirer columnist Victor Agustin for "grave slander by deed and maltreatment by deed" after that controversial water-dousing incident in a media conference last December 9.

Click here for more details, including the Inquirer's claim that Agustin, who now writes for Manila Standard Today, shouldn't be using his old column name "Cocktales" and the column's "cocktail glasses" illustration in his new paper. We copyrighted those, says the Inquirer's publisher, Isagani Yambot.

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