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Defamation of Business

By Eric Misterovich

Defamation of a business online is pervasive in modern society. If your business has been defamed online, it can often result in a loss of customers and, consequently, a loss of revenue for your business. Further complicating the problem, third party service providers, such as Yelp, Blogspot, Craigslist, PissedConsumer, and Rip Off Report, are protected by Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which states that a provider of an interactive computer service cannot be held liable for the republication of defamatory or tortious statements.

Our expert business defamation lawyers can help you remove defamatory statements from third party service providers. Our attorneys are experienced in dealing with online defamation and defamation litigation. If your business has wrongfully been targeted by a customer or competitor online, several remedies may be available. Contact us today to remedy your business defamation issue.

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