Dershowitz, Opponents Offer to Settle Defamation Case Tied to Sex Scandal

In an apparent tactical move, retired Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz offers to settle a defamation case filed against him by a Fort Lauderdale lawyer and a Utah law professor.

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