Online Defamation: Just remember: If you don't have anything nice to say... You must be online!

Production Date: June 28, 2015 Practice Areas: Intellectual Property Law Estimated Length: 3000 minutes

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Receive an unfair Yelp review from an angry customer? Did someone post a nasty rumor in Craigslist’s Rants & Raves? Don’t even know who did it?! Josh Bressler, Principal of Bressler Law PLLC, tackles a phenomenon that has become all too common these days - online defamation. He discusses how to identify online defamation, legal actions that can be taken to remove a post, and practical steps towards a resolution.

 

Learning Objectives:

I.    Identify why online defamation is getting worse 

II.   Understand why the problem can’t easily be solved as a legal matter 

III.  Identify legal actions toward resolution 

IV.  Summarize practical steps toward resolution



This course originally appeared as a part of our June 2015 Bridge the Gap Event.


cassidy m.
Boulder, CO

interesting material, well presented

Chris F.
Longmont, CO

Good overview of techniques to address online reputation and defamation and pitfalls of legal actions.

HYUNJI S.
SEOUL, SP

Very Helpful!

francisco javier m.
Irvine, CA

new insights, good!

Laury F.
New York, NY

well organized and clear

Dena R.
San Antonio, TX

professional delivery, excellent content packed seminar - request more from this lecturer

Saundra Y.
New York, NY

Interesting & practical

MARTHA S.
Hamburg, NY

Very good speaker and interesting content/presentation.

Shaun S.
Maitland, FL

great. very practical

Joe H.
Westerville, OH

Very interesting presentation on an extremely timely topic.