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Defamation

Common examples of defamation

Whether you’re a business owner or a professional in your field, your reputation is extremely important to you. Word of mouth is a powerful force, and it only takes one bad review to cause you harm. You’re willing to hold your hands up if you make a mistake, but false...

Social media has made defamation far worse

Defamation was always a problem for individuals or business owners. People who held a grudge against them or didn't agree with them for some reason could spread lies and untrue accusations. These could move through the local community, through the grapevine, and harm...

The internet makes defamation easier

Defamation can have a serious impact on your reputation. As a business owner or a professional, this damage to your reputation can really cost you. You may not be able to land jobs, find clients or make connections with other people in your industry. This has always...

Defamation could hurt your medical career

When something goes wrong with a patient’s health, there is a risk that they could file a medical malpractice case. Sometimes, those cases have no real basis, but the patient or their family may spread harmful rumors about the care you provided. Defamation can be...