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Proving Defamation from Social Media Abuse: Strategies for Helping Clients Respond - On-Demand
Webinar is now available on-demand. NOTE: On-Demand webinars are not eligible for CLE credit.
Social media is more than just Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. It includes message boards, Yelp!, Angie’s List, Urban Spoon, blogs, comment sections on media outlets, and more. And with its perceived anonymity and "anything goes" mentality, it's increasingly a breeding ground for statements that may have clients crying foul, and turning to you for relief. Are you ready to help them pursue libel or other similar claims, such as invasion of privacy?
Gain valuable CLE when you join your colleagues for a one-hour update on the role of social media in defamation claims. The presenter will explain how to use social media evidence effectively and persuasively.
- Definition of social media
- Basics of defamation law
- Elements of slander and libel
- Special treatment of “public figures”
- Invasion of privacy
- Opportunities for defamation/false light/invasion of privacy on social media
- Identifying and preserving public information
- Identifying and preserving hidden information
- Identifying the anonymous creator of public information
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Proving Defamation from Social Media Abuse: Strategies for Helping Clients Respond — is just $107.
You risk nothing by ordering, because we will refund every penny, no questions asked, if you are in any way dissatisfied with this On-Demand webinar.
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About Your Presenter:
Attorney Marcus Chatterton of Balch & Bingham LLP in Birmingham frequently speaks on the use of social media evidence in litigation. He is active in both the Business Litigation Practice Group and the Products Liability and Casualty Litigation Practice Group. His practice focuses on Intellectual Property disputes and cases involving damage to and ownership of Real Property. In addition to his Intellectual Property and Real Property practice, Mr. Chatterton also represents businesses of all sizes in product liability, personal injury, breach of contract, economic loss claims, and construction disputes.