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Bill Cosby Defamation Lawsuit

Camille Cosby Testifies at First Part of Defamation Deposition

Camille Cosby, wife of Bill Cosby, was recently deposed under oath in a defamation suit filed by seven women who allege they were sexually assaulted by the comedian. Partner Joseph Cammarata and CSCS are currently representing the women and therefore had the opportunity to question Mrs. Cosby on February 22. She will return to Massachusetts on March 14 for the second part of the deposition.

You can learn more about the deposition and case by watching the following news conference or reading the news coverage below:

Following Bill Cosby Criminal Charges, CSCS Defeats Camille Cosby’s Motion to Stop Deposition in Defamation Case

Criminal charges against Bill Cosby have made international news as of late, with Mr. Cosby facing serious penalties in Pennsylvania in a case stemming back 10 years. Shortly after the news broke, CSCS and Partner Joseph Cammarata were successful in defeating a motion filed by Camille Cosby to stop her deposition in our pending defamation case against her husband. The win is big for our clients, and brings us one step closer to justice.

Read more about the victory and Partner Cammarata’s comments:

Listen to Partner Cammarata's NPR interview regarding Cosby's criminal charges here.

Partner Cammarata Comments on Cosby Suit Against Accusers

On Monday, December 14th, Bill Cosby filed a lawsuit against the seven accusers being represented by our firm in a defamation suit for causing him "emotional distresses." Partner Joe Cammarata was quoted in an MSNBC article on the filing, stating that it could possibly be interpreted at retaliation. Read the full MSNBC article here or an article from the Daily News here.

Third Amended Complaint Filed Against Bill Cosby

On Friday, Nov. 13, Partner Joseph Cammarata and Associate Attorney Matthew Tievsky filed the third amended defamation complaint against Bill Cosby, adding four new plaintiffs to the lawsuit. In addition to adding four new women to this lawsuit, the amended complaint also introduces new claims against Cosby. In October, Bill Cosby had attempted to have this lawsuit thrown out, but Attorneys Cammarata and Tievsky were successful in defeating the motion to dismiss.

You can read more about the third amended complaint on our blog or view the complaint here.

Partner Cammarata Comments on Cosby Admission

Partner Joseph Cammarata recently appeared on multiple news sources to comment on recent revelations involving Bill Cosby. On Monday, July 7th, new court documents were released in which Mr. Cosby admitted to getting prescription Quaaludes to give to women he wanted to have sex with. Partner Cammarata and CSCS are currently representing three women in a pending defamation lawsuit against Bill Cosby.

Partner Cammarata shares his insight with the Associated Press:

The video below features Partner Cammarata discussing the recent developments on ABC’s Nightline:


Additional Cosby Coverage Featuring Partner Cammarata

Partner Cammarata Discusses Cosby Lawsuit on Australian TV

The defamation lawsuit filed against Bill Cosby has garnered international attention. Below you can view Partner Joseph Cammarata's interview on Australian television discussing the case.

To view the transcript of the interview, click here. Please note that Partner Cammarata's name has been misspelled in the transcript and video.

CSCS Files Amended Complaint

On Monday January 5, 2015, Partner Joseph Cammarata and our legal team filed an amended complaint against Bill Cosby that adds new alleged victims. Click here to view a press release on the new filing, and the amended complaint.

Partner Joseph Cammarata Files Defamation Suit Against Bill Cosby

CSCS Partner Joseph Cammarata is currently representing Tamara Green, a retired California attorney who alleges she was sexually assaulted by Bill Cosby in the 1970s. On December 10, 2014, Partner Cammarata filed a defamation lawsuit against Bill Cosby on behalf of Ms. Green, which claims that Mr. Cosby - through his publicist and attorney - in effect publically branded Ms. Green a liar and tarnished her good name and reputation.

Ms. Green first went public with her allegations in 2005. As more victims step forward, Ms. Green and Partner Cammarata continue to share her story. Below are a few of the news appearances related to the case.

Selected Cosby Defamation Suit Coverage


View the complaint against Bill Cosby here.


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