Legal Advice for Defamation — 73 results
Written by attorney Andrew Myers, about 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
Defamation is language that injures the good name or reputation of another person.
If the statements complained about are designed to be read, its libel. Slander involves the spoken... more
Written by attorney Matthew MacKelly, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Be Honest and Objective When making representations about former employees to others, all communications should be truthful and in good faith. Verify The Source of The Referral Request and... more
Written by attorney Stuart S Smith, about 1 year ago.
DEFAMATION BY ANYNOMOUS ELECTRONIC PUBLICATION
Electronic media such as the internet, e-mail, social web sites, blogs and more have become a primary vehicle for personal and business... more
Written by attorney Olesia Boulaev, about 1 year ago.
Web defamation lawsuits are not easy ones to bring because of the immunity granted to internet service providers by the federal Communications Decency Act Section 230. However, there are a... more
Written by attorney Marc Randazza, almost 2 years ago.
With increasing frequency, targets of negative opinions online are turning to the courts to manage the damage to their reputation that negative reviews can cause. This is short-sighted and... more
Written by attorney Scott Hughes, almost 2 years ago.
Private individuals as well as public figures may sue others when there is a substantial danger to his or her reputation as a result of anothers written or spoken defamation.
Written by attorney John Sauter, about 1 year ago.
Our online, social media-centric lives have transformed bullying from an act that most commonly took place on school playgrounds and hallways into a an act likely to occur on Facebook,... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, about 2 years ago.
false and defamatory statement by defendant concerning another person to a third person without permission or right; fault, amounting to at least negligence and damages. often damages are... more
Written by attorney Edward Hopkins, over 2 years ago.
Defamation can be a serious offense. When someone's reputation is damaged, it can cause him or her serious economic harm and emotional distress. Professionals whose livelihoods depend on... more
Written by attorney Jeremy S Geigle, over 1 year ago.
Are you one of the many thousands of U.S. consumers who actively research restaurants and other companies before you decide where to spend your money? Review sites like Yelp and Angies List... more