Attorneys Handling Proving a Defamatory Statement

Context Determines if the Statement is Defamatory.

So you have been called a “con man” in a published statement on the web.  Surely, that statement must be libelous and therefore defamatory.   Maybe.   If you were labeled a con man in a serious news article that left an impression that you were engaged in wrongful activity and such were untrue then the statement […]

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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 […]

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Defamation Law Requires You To Prove Publication of the Defamatory Statement

Welcome to Defamation Law Radio. Internet defamation of character is as easy to perpetuate as a blog post, Facebook update, rating submission, or a forum comment.  Your online reputation is measured by the websites return as Google search results.  Do you know what people are saying and writing about you? Welcome to Defamation Law Radio.  […]

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What is Defamation? Proving a Defamatory Statement.

Welcome to Defamation Law Radio. Internet defamation of character is as easy to perpetuate as a blog post, Facebook update, rating submission, or a forum comment.  Your online reputation is measured by the websites return as Google search results.  Do you know what people are saying and writing about you? Welcome to Defamation Law Radio.  […]

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