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Adrianos Matthew Facchetti

Adrianos Facchetti’s Legal Guides

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  • How to Protect Your Reputation on the Internet

    Monitoring Your Name: Be Your Own Gumshoe The internet is vast and replete with brontobytes (that is a 1 followed by 27 zeroes) of information. But you can harness the power of Google and monitor yo

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  • The One Thing You Must Do If You're a Blogger

    Get Blogger's Insurance The Media Bloggers Association has launched an education, legal advisory, and liability insurance program for bloggers. If you're a blogger, or you're interested in blogging,

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  • Bloggers: How To Avoid Being Sued

    Check Your Sources and Verify The Facts Factual assertions lead to lawsuits, whereas the law generally protects opinion as free speech (but not always -- so be careful). Therefore, you must verify wh

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  • 5 Common Misconceptions about Online Defamation

    "Bumping" a Post Old math says that you should respond to defamatory remarks in order to refute them. But, responding to such posts, or "bumping," only makes the defamatory remarks more significant i

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  • Why You Don't Need a Defamation Lawyer in Many Libel / Slander Cases

    It's Quick You can generally get a court date within one month from the date you file the complaint. That's lightning fast in the legal world, especially given that most normal cases can drag on for

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  • Why an Attorney is Unlikely to Take Your Case

    Not Enough Money Is Involved The vast majority of potential cases that I receive (and I believe most attorneys receive) are Plaintiff's cases. This means that the prospective client wants to sue som

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  • Truth As A Complete Defense to A Claim of Defamation

    Los Angeles Defamation Attorney, Adrianos Facchetti discusses one of the oldest and most compelling defenses to a claim for defamation, libel, or slander.

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  • How Long Can You Wait To File A Claim For Slander?

    Los Angeles Defamation Lawyer Adrianos Facchetti discusses how long the statute of limitations is for a claim of Slander/Libel.

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