Legal Advice for Slander — 67 results
Written by attorney Vincent White, almost 3 years ago.
Generally speaking, defamation is the issuance of a false statement about
another person, which causes that person to suffer harm. Slander involves
the making of... more
Written by attorney Max Eldon Harger, almost 2 years ago.
Can you sue a person or business for hacking your Facebook, Twitter, Email, Computer, Home Network and Internet Service Accounts?
Lets say you recently learned that someone hacked your... more
Written by attorney Daniel Rosenthal, almost 2 years ago.
This question comes up on Avvo at least weekly, if not daily. Sites like Mugshots.com and other similar sites are growing in number, more digitized criminal records, this is becoming more... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, almost 2 years ago.
Personal injury lawyers tend to be especially knowledgeable and have more experience with regard to the area of law known as tort law, which includes civil wrongs and economic or non-... more
Written by attorney Lars A. Lundeen, over 4 years ago.
Publication to the Plaintiff Alone is Not Actionable. Defamation must be communicated to someone other than the Plaintiff. Statements uttered directly to the Plaintiff (in letters, phone... more
Written by attorney Matthew Krupnick, about 2 years ago.
While for most attorneys and people interested in attorneys, they always want the best litigator, the truth is, litigation is not for everyone. Especially in this day and age; you need to... more
Written by attorney Kenneth Chyten, over 4 years ago.
Slander Is a False Publication In Written Form Libel is a false and unprivileged publication, made in writing, or in some other visible form, which exposes the plaintiff to hatred,... more
Written by attorney Penny Taylor-Miller, about 2 years ago.
The Social Media Wars in Family Law Litigation
Social networking sites, e-mail, and text messages are used constantly to obtain evidence in family law actions. As such, it is important for... more
Written by attorney Jeremiah Hodges, almost 4 years ago.
Was the statement or publication slanderous, defamatory, and/or libelous? The first thing I always ask a potential client with these types of cases is what was said or printed. Often... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, about 2 years ago.
Extreme and outrageous conduct with either the intention of, or reckless disregard for, causing emotional distress damages. Intention, or reckless disregard for, causing emotional distress... more