Legal Advice for Slander — 68 results
Written by attorney Francine Ward, over 3 years ago.
Defamatory statement. A statement against someone's reputation, which is intended to cause injury to that person. A defamatory statement can be libel (in a written form) or slander (in an... more
Written by attorney Charles B. Frye, over 3 years ago.
This Memorandum is about the cause of action known as "malicious prosecution" in Texas. However, it is not exhaustive of the subject. For example, the subject of the "special damages"... more
Written by attorney Adrianos Facchetti, almost 6 years ago.
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... more
Written by attorney Gregory Brown, almost 4 years ago.
What is Defamation? In California, a claim for defamation involves a false statement made by one person about another person, which causes harm to a person’s property, business, profession... more
Written by attorney Todd Elliott, almost 4 years ago.
Does a Valid Claim Exist? The first step in forwarding a claim for defamation is asking the most basic question: do I have a claim? In an action for slander, the plaintiff must prove: (1)... more
Written by attorney Kevin Guyette, about 4 years ago.
DEFAMATION, form and content Defamation is defined as the making of a false statement which tends to expose the plaintiff to public contempt, ridicule, aversion or disgrace or induces an... more
Written by attorney Christopher Cali, over 4 years ago.
http://www.chicagobreakingnews.com/2010/01/twitter-mold-libel-defamation-suit-dismissal-cook-county-court.htmlThis article discusses a lawsuit between a landlord and a tenant for comments... more
Written by attorney Jon Ethan Lewis, over 4 years ago.
Woman's Chastity Words falsely imputing woman's chastity actionable.
Any words written, spoken, or printed of any woman falsely imputing to her a want of chastity are actionable without... more
Written by attorney Mark Underwood, over 4 years ago.
Get Counsel Hire an attorney who is well-versed in tort law. The best way to gather evidence is to be aware of everything that should be presented to the judge or magistrate hearing your... more
Written by attorney Matthew Hector, almost 5 years ago.