This is a Q and A forum. We are not allowed to engage in attorney/client relationships, just answer questions. I would suggest finding a lawyer in your local area that specializes in that type of law.
Based on information you provided, my response assumes you are in California or your issue involves California law. If my assumption is incorrect, please disregard my response and seek guidance from an a attorney licensed in your state.
First, you should not include your name, contact number or any identifiable information on this public web site. Anyone can read what is posted here, including the two entities you want to sue.
Most attorneys are reluctant to contact a prospective client because there are strong ethical restrictions on our doing so. If you contact the attorney first, there is no problem responding. You can directly contact any of the attorneys on Avvo by clicking on"contact this lawyer" on their profiles.
Finally, you have not stated anything that pertains to a suit against the union and not asked any question. You may want to review Avvo's terms of service so you will better understand the purpose of this forum.
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GoDaddy is not liable for the postings on websites hosted by it, so as to godaddy, you will not win.
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First, godaddy.com is protected by federal statute and cannot be sued. Any attorney that tells you otherwise has not handled an internet defamation case in the past and will be doing you a disservice. Additionally, New York has a one year statute of limitations on libel. If it took you 8 months to determine the information of the people, then when was the newsletter first published?
There are ways of determining the real person that published the newsletter and then suing them. You are welcome to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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