Listen to ideastream host Mike McIntyre interview attorneys for both sides and staff reporter Scott Mahoney discuss the impact of the lawsuit brought by Gibson’s Bakery against Oberlin College.
A jury awarded the Gibson family and Gibson’s Bakery a total of more than $44 million, including $33.2 million in punitive damages, finding that the college libeled the bakery during and after 2016 student protests.
The program was broadcast earlier today on the Cleveland National Public radio affiliate at 90.3 FM.
- Judge reduces Gibson's Bakery award to $25 million
- Gibsons' lawyer: The battle isn't over
- Judge considers attorney fees in Gibson's Bakery v. Oberlin College
- Judge awards Gibson's attorneys $6.5 million in fees on top of damages (UPDATED)
- Oberlin College ordered to post $36M bond in case against Gibson's Bakery
- Oberlin College president says Gibson's lawsuit result has 'profound, chilling effect on free speech'
- Oberlin College FAQ, letter gives college's explanation of protests, admits 'unprofessional language'
- Gibsons unlikely to get $44M from Oberlin College
- Gibson family says jury award of $33 million in punitive damages is 'clear vindication' (VIDEO)
- Gibson's Bakery v. Oberlin College: More than $11 million awarded (UPDATED/VIDEO)
- Gibson's Bakery v. Oberlin College: Jury awards more than $33 million punitive damages