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Lawyer who resigned from Woodward case settles her libel suit

(From left) Elaine Sharp, Harvey Silverglate, Barry Scheck, and Andrew Good at a 1997 press conference. Sharp had accused the men of damaging her reputation by publicly announcing that they fired her. (From left) Elaine Sharp, Harvey Silverglate, Barry Scheck, and Andrew Good at a 1997 press conference. Sharp had accused the men of damaging her reputation by publicly announcing that they fired her. (Tom Herde/ File/ The Boston Globe)
By Shelley Murphy
Globe Staff / October 29, 2008

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More than a decade after British au pair Louise Woodward garnered worldwide headlines for killing a Newton baby left in her care, a libel suit that arose from a bitter split among her defense team was settled yesterday just as it was about to go to trial in Boston. (Full article: 564 words)

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