What Goes On Behind the Cameras at Home Makeover Shows? – N.Y. TIMES
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What Goes On Behind the Cameras at Home Makeover Shows? – N.Y. TIMES

What Goes On Behind the Cameras at Home Makeover Shows? – N.Y. TIMES

The NY Times recently published an article that featured the case we brought against the show Love it or List it a few years ago, as well as other suits against home improvement shows. The article notes “According to court documents, they settled, but not before being slapped with a lawsuit themselves, for libel, slander and product disparagement. The case, which went to the North Carolina Court of Appeals, was eventually dismissed.”

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