Defamation at work

Defamation at work refers to false statements made by an employer or employee that harm the reputation of another employee or the employer itself. Defamation at work can take many forms, including spreading false rumors about a coworker, making defamatory statements in the workplace, or providing false information in an employment reference. Under defamation law,…

Public Defamation

Public defamation is a type of defamation that occurs when false and harmful statements are made about a person or organization to a wide audience, such as in a public speech, on social media, or in a newspaper. Public defamation can have a significant impact on the reputation of the individual or organization in question,…

Slander and Libel

Slander and libel are two types of defamation recognized in defamation law. Defamation is a false statement that harms the reputation of an individual or organization. Slander is a type of defamation that involves the spoken word. It refers to the making of false or damaging statements about a person to others, which harms their…