It's heavy stuff, but you can see how we have responded to the typical (and entirely predicted) arguments in a case like that.
We sued CAIR on her behalf. You can read Laura's lawsuit at freeloomer.com
The defendants have not yet responded to that lawsuit.
Whether to sue at all, the legal theories to pursue, the choice of defendants and the venue all need to be considered carefully.
But before we talk about that, a related point:
Everyone thinking about these cases, either as spectators or potential litigants, needs to understand the nature of the defendants. First off, and to my point, they're rich as hell.
This has an effect on every step of the process.
But much of what is done in support of cases such as this is being done quietly, because the cultural, media and institutional landscape requires it.