Your client is on the receiving end of an inflammatory online review that is negatively impacting their reputation and bottom line. Is the writing defamatory or protected by the First Amendment? What steps should you take to get it removed? This program will teach you the essentials of online defamation so you can protect your client's reputation - or the free speech of those caught in the crossfire. Build your knowledge and skills - register today!
Learn how to quickly evaluate whether a claim has merit.
Discover how to reveal the identity of anonymous defamers online.
Hear the various ways to get libelous or slanderous material removed from the internet.
Get practical tips for reaching a resolution through litigation.
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for attorneys. Paralegals may also benefit.
Free Speech Online vs. Defamation, Cyber Libel, and Slander
Case Law Review
Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act and the DMCA
How to Remove Defamatory or Damaging Content From the Web
Identifying Anonymous Defamers
Defamation Lawsuits: Practical Tips From Plaintiff and Defense Perspectives
Damages in Internet Defamation Cases
Sample Cease and Desist Letter and Other Resources
KENNETH FREUNDLICH is an attorney at Freundlich Law. He has primarily focused on resolving complex business, entertainment, and IP disputes and is renowned for representing individuals and companies with his pragmatic aggressiveness, relatability, business acumen, and ability to handle everything from everyday business disputes to complex, ground-breaking cases. Mr. Freundlich is a seasoned litigator and trial counsel licensed to practice in the state and federal courts of New York and California (among other courts) and has had notable successes in trials, arbitrations, and administrative proceedings in various settings ranging from California Labor Commission proceedings, to IFTA, Guild, and AAA/JAMS arbitrations, to Copyright Rate Court proceedings, to trial and appellate courts (including the United States Supreme Court). He earned both his J.D. degree and M.B.A. degree from UCLA.
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