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When Can an “Opinion” Become a Defamatory Statement?

Defamation is publishing a false statement that causes harm to another person’s or organization’s reputation. A defamation lawsuit can be brought only if the statement is an assertion of fact, Read More

Dominion Voting’s $1.6B Suit Against Fox News Shows Challenge of Proving Libel Damages

Libel consists of making untrue, harmful statements to third parties through writing, printing, broadcasting, pictures or other media. Because these means of communication create a record of the defamation, they Read More

Fighting “Twibel” — Your Options When You’re Defamed on the Internet

Twitter, a social media platform founded in 2006, has become a phenomenally popular outlet through which individuals around the world send and receive news and opinion on a wide variety Read More

How to Determine the Strength of Your Company’s Claim for Defamation

Defamation is a common law tort that can be directed at a person, business, a business owner or employees of a company. The defamatory statement can be written (libel) or Read More

When Can a Worker Sue for Defamation?

Your ability to earn a livelihood depends in large part on your reputation, which can be heavily based on what your present and previous employers or clients say about you. Read More

Fidelis Center

Dear Friend of Nicholas Sandmann: I wanted to let you know that the Fidelis Center for Law and Policy has agreed to raise money to help Nicholas and his family cover Read More

The Harm He Can’t Escape: Nicholas Sandmann and the Internet that Doesn’t Forget.

By L. Lin Wood & Todd McMurtry The next time you land an interview with a prospective employer, apply to college, or use an online dating service, be certain that your Read More

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