Mark Chalos on Erin Andrews Stalker Case: Debts from Malicious Conduct Not Erasable by Bankruptcy

Mark Chalos on Erin Andrews Stalker Case: Debts from Malicious Conduct Not Erasable by Bankruptcy

As reported by The Tennessean, the convicted stalker in the Erin Andrews peephole nude video case cannot escape the jury’s $28 million judgment against him through bankrupcty. Federal bankruptcy court Judge Trish Brown has ruled that Michael David Barrett, Andrews’ stalker, must pay the judgment stemming from the 2008 violation in full. [Read more…]

Mark Chalos Comments on Erin Andrews Voyeur Lawsuit Settlement

Mark Chalos on Erin Andrews Lawsuit Settlement

As reported by The Tennessean  (subscription), and The Daily Mail (UK) sportscaster and television personality Erin Andrews has settled her viewport filming lawsuit against a Nashville, Tennessee hotel owner and operator. The host of FOX College Football for Fox Sports, nude video footage of Ms. Andrews was circulated on the internet after the hotel allowed a stalker sufficient access to secretly record her naked through her room’s peephole. [Read more…]

Mark Chalos in The Tennessean on Erin Andrews’ Post-Trial Collection Efforts

Mark Chalos in The Tennessean on Erin Andrews' Post-Trial Collection Efforts

Lieff Cabraser Nashville office managing partner Mark Chalos continues his Tennessean streak (subscription) with post-trial commentary on the Erin Andrews case, concurring with Ms. Andrews’ attorneys that her insolvent stalker should not be responsible for any of the $55 million judgment won earlier in March by Ms. Andrews. “Presumably if the hotel owner and operator are held responsible for the entire amount of harm caused, then Ms. Andrews would have a higher likelihood of recovering more of the judgment amount,” said Chalos. [Read more…]