Attorneys Handling Defamation Law
If you’ve been the victim of online slander, our Internet defamation attorneys want you to know that you DO have options.
Design Vs. Utility Patents
Design patents are one of the more misunderstood types of patents on the part of the public. Design patents are in the minority of patents that are applied for and issued. They are patents that protect the ornamental appearance, in other words, the look, of articles of manufacture. On top of being misunderstood they are […]Read More
I am the victim of online defamation. What do I do?
Online defamation is serious business. If you are the victim of online defamation, you need to understand your options and make sure your first step is the right one. There are lots of ways to approach this problem. As an internet defamation attorney, I am rarely able to tell a prospective client what they should […]Read More
So You Think You Can Remain Anonymous?
It is so easy to sit down at your computer, iPad, or smart phone and vent your aggression, anger, or frustration by posting negative or false comments about someone else. In order to protect yourself, you create a special gmail address containing a name that is not in any way related to you. You use […]Read More
Removing Defamatory Reviews from Yelp: One Internet Lawyer’s Perspective
Removing defamatory or libelous statements from Yelp is always challenging. If you are a business with Yelp reviews, you know how important those reviews and customer comments can be. If one customer posts false statements of fact as part of their Yelp review, that could constitute defamation libel. Because the internet is permanent, that Yelp […]Read More
Defamation On Google Local Results
Matt: Hi, and welcome back to Defamation Law Radio. My name’s Matt Plessner, and today’s subject targets business owners and managers. Google is a great place to get reviews. Good reviews can get a business a lot of great success, though bad reviews can be harmful or even fatal to a businesses reputation. How far is a person allowed to go with a bad […]Read More
My patient is defaming me on the internet
Doctor defamation is one of the most common types of defamation on the internet that we see. Our web defamation, slander, and libel attorneys work with a variety of hospitals, doctors, physicians, and nonprofit organizations who are battling to protect their reputations online. Doctor defamation tends to be more common because of the emotional component of […]Read More
Removing Defamation from Facebook and Twitter: Defamation Lawyer Insights
Defamation on Facebook and Twitter: Defamation on Facebook and Twitter is becoming more and more common every single day because it’s so easy to post a comment or an item onto your Facebook wall or onto your Twitter account. And because emotions run high sometimes, that spontaneous compulsion in you to say something really mean […]Read More
How to Prove Defamation of Character on the Internet
Defamation of character claims can be challenging, but here’s what you need to know about what you have to prove in order to establish internet defamation or defamation of character on the web. In order to show that there is a defamation that has occurred, you have to prove that there was a false statement […]Read More
Defamation Per Quod vs. Defamation Per Se
Defamation is the general idea under the law that one may be held liable for the publication of a false statement of fact. Under the law of most states, defamation is separated into two separate types. The first is what’s called defamation per quod and the second is what’s called defamation per se.Read More
Actions for Victims of Defamation
Well, Matt, the first steps that we normally recommend is to have the victim of internet defamation provide us with the defamatory posts and their explanations why they believe the posting is defamatory. So, the first thing that we do is to identify all of the postings that are at issue. And then, with the […]Read More