It is estimated that 40,000 Google search queries occur every second. Whether looking for a health care provider or where to eat dinner, Americans are dependent on the internet for their main source of information. For individuals and businesses, their online reputation is imperative as future customers, prospective employers, and even family members rely on websites to provide truthful and accurate information. However, there has been a growing trend of websites containing false information that creates irreparable harm. This course, presented by Daniel Szalkiewicz, focuses on what defines a defamatory website and addresses the basic challenges facing internet defamation practitioners.
DANIEL SZALKIEWICZ is an attorney and the founder of Daniel Szalkiewicz & Associates, P.C., a unique law firm dedicated to handling internet privacy, defamation, revenge porn, and free speech cases. He has successfully litigated to protect online victims, unmask anonymous bloggers, and remove libelous content from the internet. Mr. Szalkiewicz has argued internet defamation cases in multiple jurisdiction and in both federal and state courts. In 2010, he was one of the first New York attorneys to sue an email address as a John Doe defendant. His defamation cases are often in the media and his clients range from hedge fund managers, lawyers, doctors, and politicians to private citizens. Mr. Szalkiewicz is often quoted in newspapers, including Fox News, for his views on internet cases. He earned his B.A. degree from SUNY Binghamton and his J.D. degree from Seton Hall University School of Law.
Good points about not writing cease and desist letters which may be publicized in a negative way.
Excellent presentation, one that was truly a pleasure to watch.
Thank you! Learned a lot, very practical.
Very interesting topic with significant relevance and timeliness, given today's social media world, where the internet is forever, and can be mean. The lecturer was very good.
This is the best lecture I found in this whole reporting period.! I've done several traditional defamation cases but this presedntation was full of really useful insights concisely presented. Written materials were also excellent!
interesting topic for an ever changing landscape
Mr. Szalkiewicz's presentation was first rate and very informative and interesting.
Presenter was good.
Very clear and informative.
Significant material, well presented.
Smart and thorough.
Some great case law; especially for NY attorneys.
Excellent seminar. All attorneys should attend.
I found the course useful, as a copyright and marketing lawyer, and after 1st Amendment/SCOTUS CLE courses earlier today. Rare to find his perspective.
Well organized and informative.
Essential information for navigating the digital world
Good overview of defamation law as it relates to Internet
Very knowledgeable speaker and excellent written materials.
10 out of 10
While I am mostly a defense lawyer, it was interesting learning these issues from a plaintiff's perspective.