A story on page C-1 published Jan. 10 about Arthur Firstenberg — a Santa Fe man who frequently sues others and now faces a lawsuit from a neighbor — incorrectly reported Firstenberg was the plaintiff in more than a dozen lawsuits as part of his crusade against electromagnetic radiation. Firstenberg was the plaintiff in eight cases, not all having to do with electromagnetic radiation; one was related to a bridge project. The other cases in which he was listed as the plaintiff are appeals. The story also said a tenant of Robin Leith — the woman suing Firstenberg — had sought a restraining order against him. The person who sought the restraining order was Firstenberg's neighbor but not Leith's tenant.
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