Sgt_Kickaxe - 5:56 pm on May 18, 2011 (gmt 0)
She'll win on appeal most likely, her freedom to sue is just as strong as freedom of free speech. In other words she had a right to sue, regardless of if the reason was valid or not, and can't be penalized for doing so. If the order stands to pay the 81,000 it would be like saying you owe because you sought a judges clarification which everyone has a right to seek.
I'm no lawyer and that's not legal advice but you have to protect the right to sue just as strongly as the right to free speech and I think they swung too far the other way in this case.