Posted By Alan Sackrin on April 26, 2016
In this video, Alan Sackrin answers a question that he has been asked many times before by clients and visitors to this site. If you have questions after watching the video, Alan is available to talk with you now and answer your questions free of charge:
Q: What is defamation of character?
A: Defamation of character is either oral words or written words, which are made to somebody and published. Meaning sent to many other people for the purpose of humiliating somebody, for the purpose of trying to bring a person in disrepute in his or her profession. The statements must be false and must be made without justification. That is defamation of character. The written defamation of character is called libel. The oral, or verbal defamation of character, is called slander. A person has a defamation lawsuit against a person or company who makes such comments about them, but they must be false statements of fact.
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