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Here are the latest posts about Plagiarism on Writers Write:

  • Trump's Supreme Court Pick Neil Gorsuch Faces Plagiarism Accusations (2017-04-05): Donald Trump's Supreme Court pick Neil Gorsuch is facing charges that he plagiarized his book.

  • Trump Nominee Monica Crowley Felled by Plagiarism Scandal (2017-01-17): Trump nominee Monica Crowley has withdrawn from consideration for NSC post after major plagiarism scandal.

  • Melania Trump's RNC Speech Triggers Plagiarism Allegations (2016-07-19): Melania Trump gave an excellent speech at the RNC last night. But now she is being accused of plagiarism Michelle Obama's 2008 speech to the DNC.

  • Sherrilyn Kenyon Sues Cassandra Clare for Trademark and Copyright Infringement (2016-02-18): Mortal Instruments author Cassandra Clare is being sued by bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon who says Clare ripped off her Dark Hunter series to create the Shadowhunter series

  • Man Asian Prize Winner Shin Kyung-sook Caught in Plagiarism Scandal (2015-06-25): South Korean author Shin Kyun-sook has been busted for plagiarizing the work of Japanese author Yukio Mishima. But there are more allegations.

  • Romance Novelist Rachel Ann Nunes Sues Kindergarten Teacher for Plagiarism (2014-09-08): Women's fiction author Rachel Ann Nunes is suing a teacher for copyright violation and online harassment. The kindergarten teacher is accused of blatant plagiarism.

  • Shia LaBeouf Apologizes for Plagiarism Using Sky Writing (2014-01-02): Shia LaBeouf hires sky writing plane to apologize to Daniel Clowes for plagiarizing his work in new film.

  • J.K. Rowling Adamantly Denies Plagiarism Charges (2010-02-23): J.

  • Cassie Edwards and Signet Part Ways (2008-04-18): Romance novelist Cassie Edwards and her publisher Signet have parted ways as a result of the plagiarism scandal that rocked the romance world.

  • How Kaayva Viswanathan Plagiarized, Lied And Still Doesn't Seem To Get It (2006-04-27): The plagiarism scandal of Harvard undergraduate scandal is heating up.

  • Who Writes Those Letters to the Editor? (2005-04-24): Think that those well-written letters to the editor in your local newspaper are always written by real people? Think again, says the Contra Costa Times.

  • Novelist Murray Bail Answers Plagiarism Charges (2005-02-04): The Sydney Morning Herald reports that author Murray Bail, author of the award-winning novel Eucalyptus which is currently being made into a move starring Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe in Australia, has been hit with a charge of plagiarism.

  • Plagiarism No Bar to Top Speechwriting Job (2005-01-07): Apparently, plagiarism charges just aren't that damaging anymore.