User:Cullen328/Sandbox/L Lin Wood
Coverage in newspapers and books
"Wood has 28 years of experience as a trial lawyer focusing on civil litigation, representing individuals and corporations as plaintiffs and defendants in tort and business cases involving claims of significant damage. He also has extensive experience in First Amendment litigation and management of the media in high-profile cases. He was the lead civil attorney for Richard Jewell related to reporting about Jewell in connection with the 1996 bombing of Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta; the attorney for John and Patsy Ramsey and their son in matters relating to the 1996 murder of JonBenét Ramsey in Boulder, Colo.; the attorney for former U. S. Congressman Gary Condit over the May 2001 abduction and murder of Chandra Levy in Washington; co-counsel in the civil action in Colorado against NBA star Kobe Bryant; lead counsel for MedQuest Associates Inc. and J.P. Morgan Partners LLC in a class action in Atlanta dealing with health-care issues; and lead counsel for AirTran in defamation litigation against the Cleveland, Ohio, newspaper The Plain Dealer." 
"Richard Jewell hired himself some crack libel attorneys, and they've been hammering the media ever since. So far, Atlanta lawyers L. Lin Wood and Wayne Grant have torched NBC, CNN, a community college where Jewell once worked, and other media outlets for more than $2 million and counting. And that doesn't include the undisclosed "six figure" fee they secured for the movie story. The biggest lawsuits - against the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and some other major media outlets - are still pending." 
"In 1999, after absorbing an enormous amount of abuse from the media, the Ramseys went on the offesive. They hired a more aggressive attorney, L. Lin Wood, and published a book, The Death of Innocence: JonBenét's Parents Tell Their Story." 
"The woman allegedly raped by Kobe Bryant has hired renowned attorney L. Lin Wood, a libel specialist who has represented such clients as the family of JonBenet Ramsey, former Rep. Gary Condit and Richard Jewell in lawsuits against the media." 
- "PoGo lawyer may represent Howard K. Stern". Atlanta Business Chronicle. Atlanta. April 11, 2007. Retrieved December 26, 2010.
- Matera, Dary (2003). FBI's Ten Most Wanted: From James Earl Ray to Osama Bin Laden - The Chilling Stories Behind the FBI's Historic List of Notorious Criminals. HarperCollins. ISBN 9780060524357.
- Fisher, Jim (2008). Forensics under fire: are bad science and dueling experts corrupting criminal justice?. Rutgers University Press. pp. page 194. ISBN 9780813542713.
- Henson, Steve (July 9, 2004). "Accuser Hires Libel Lawyer". Los Angeles Times: D10.