Articles for tag: Defamation, Intentional Tort, Statute of Limitations

Karla News

Can You Sue for Defamation of Character?

Defamation of character is a legal term that is slung about quite often, especially now that the Internet has become so broad. The reality, however, is that most defamation cases hold little merit, and many are dismissed before they ever see the inside of a courtroom. To determine if you can sue for defamation of ...

Karla News

Trash Talk? Here’s How You Can Sue for Defamation in New York State

Every lawyer I know will tell you: It’s hard to win a suit for defamation. They’re wrong. It’s easy. Step 1: Prove damage To win a defamation case in New York, you need to prove three things. First, someone has to say or publish something so terrible, so outrageous, so bad, you’ve been seriously wounded, ...

Karla News

How to Prove Libel or Slander for a Civil Lawsuit

If you feel that you’ve been a victim of libel or slander, you might try to seek compensation for damages in a civil lawsuit. To be honest, most lawsuits for defamation of character never yield positive results, but if you have enough proof to win your claim, you could have a solid case. Before you ...