How can you remove defamatory reviews without a court order

Defamation on review websites.

There is now evidence that proves that between 16 per cent to 20 per cent of online reviews might be fake. Fake online reviews could be reviews in favour of a company or against it. If they are against it, they are likely to be defamatory and this is where we can help as a specialist internet law defamation law firm .

However, you are most likely to benefit from the support of an expert social media defamation solicitor if you want to remove a defamatory review without the need to obtain court orders.
Most Lawyers, particularly defamation solicitors and social media lawyers, are very well trained in spotting a lie.  Investigating evidence and finding inconsistencies…

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What Makes Social Media So Powerful?

We imagine that we are detectives when we post on the internet our suspicious about almost anything. On the internet you could be anyone and everyone.

We imagine that we are a prosecutor a Judge and a Jury and all at the same time when we write our critical opinion about a person or about a business;

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By: Yair Cohen

Defamation against a company – Can shareholders sue the defamer for damages?

Following defamation of a company on the internet and the subsequent reduction in the value of their shares, can shareholders sue the defamer for damages?

Under some circumstances, the shareholders might be able to sue but their real legal challenge would be to prove causation between the defamation and the loss that they incur through the reduction of the value of their shares in the defamed company.

Get advice on defamation attacks and the effects it may have at the Internet Law Centre.