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How To Prepare For Your Personal Injury Deposition
This video will help you prepare for your personal injury deposition.
Will You Owe or Receive Alimony or Spousal Support?
A significant issue to consider in your divorce is spousal support, also commonly referred to as alimony or maintenance. You may be wondering if you will have to pay alimony to your soon to be ex or if you may be owed alimony.
The Enduring Importance of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines
Although the U.S. Supreme Court in 2005 rendered the then-mandatory Federal Sentencing Guidelines “advisory only,” the guidelines have maintained their importance in federal criminal cases. This article takes a brief look at the history of the guidelines, from their enactment through their application today.
How Australian Lawyers getting hurt as a result of COVID-19 shutdowns
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How to Report a Tweet And Twitter Account
Like most forms of social media, Twitter is susceptible to abuse. Fortunately, the platform enables users to report tweets that violate Twitter’s Terms of Service.
How to Permanently Remove Unwanted Newspaper Articles From the Internet
If you have been the unwilling subject of a damaging news article, you may be wondering how to remove negative newspaper articles from the web.
What is Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress? Elements, Examples, Damages Explained
Intentional infliction of emotional distress (“IIED”) is a civil tort that is sometimes referred to as the “tort of outrage.” A person commits intentional infliction of emotional distress by carrying out an extreme and outrageous act against their victim.
How to Remove Defamatory Content And Search Results From Google
Finding defamatory or unlawful content in Google’s search results can be embarrassing (at best) and downright harmful (at worst). The good news is you may have some options to remove defamatory content from Google.
What is Considered Defamation? Common Defamation Examples to Know
In today’s digital age, defamation takes countless shapes and forms. Common defamation examples include:
How to Remove Unwanted Google Search Results
Have you ever found unwanted Google search results that shocked or alarmed you, such as an embarrassing or intimate photograph of you, leaked sensitive or inaccurate information, or other damaging personal information or comments?
What is a DMCA Takedown Notice? Everything You Need to Know
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 (DMCA) enables copyright holders to request the removal of infringing online content. When it comes to removing unwanted online content, the DMCA provides a valuable tool known as the DMCA takedown notice.
How to Remove Fake And Negative Yelp Reviews That Are Harming Your Business
If you have ever wondered whether you can remove Yelp reviews, the answer is yes! Fake and negative Yelp reviews can cause irreparable harm to a business’s reputation. Even one less-than-stellar online review can carry serious consequences for a business’s bottom line and ability to stay open.
How to Finance Your Minc Law Legal Fees: Retainer Fee Financing Options Explained
If you are the victim of online harassment, defamation, or another internet-related issue, you may be worried about how to afford the legal representation that you need to get that damaging content removed or put an end to the internet abuse.
Can You Sue for a Bad Review?
In today’s economy, online reviews can make or break a business.
Data Broker Websites: What Are They, How Do They Work, and How Can I Remove Myself?
Have you ever been shopping online and bought something, then started receiving emails for similar items?
What is Civil Conspiracy? Elements, Examples, & Potential Damages
Civil conspiracy is an agreement between two or more parties to commit an unlawful or wrongful act that injures a third party. However, civil conspiracy claims can be difficult to prove and may not be appropriate in all cases.
Understanding Online Shaming: What is It And is It Legal?
Public humiliation or public shaming is a form of punishment. Its purpose is to dishonor or disgrace a person in a public way, and it can have disastrous consequences for both individuals and businesses. Online shaming is the digital form of public shaming that emerged with the rise of the ...
Understanding the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)
In an age of near-constant online access, it is natural to worry about your child’s safety and privacy online. After all, tech giants and social media platforms are often in the news for collecting our data and selling it to the highest bidder.
What is Digital Risk Protection (DRP)? DRP Benefits & Features Explained
Digital risk protection is the act of using tools, technology, and industry expertise to track varied data sources for actionable threats against you or your business’s digital footprint.
Someone Registered My Name as a Domain Name: What Are My Options?
Domain names can be a big deal, defining a brand or entire company. Yet someone can register your name as a domain name for as little as $8 to $15 on a “first-come, first-served” basis.
Everything You Need to Know About the Streisand Effect
The Streisand Effect occurs when an individual or business’s attempt to censor someone or something goes horribly wrong, drawing more attention to the unwanted content.
How to Read a Legal Invoice
If you are the target of internet defamation, sextortion, or other online harassment, your first questions are probably, “How can I get this removed or put an end to the online abuse — and how much will it cost me?”
Defamation Litigation Alternatives: What are my Options?
If you or your business are the targets of defamatory attacks, fake online reviews, allegations of infidelity, or other defamation, you more than likely have numerous questions about defamation lawsuits and how you should proceed. When prospective defamation clients call us, their first questions are often, “Do I have a ...
10 Tips on How to Speak to the Media
The news world is fast-paced, and it can be challenging to speak to a journalist if you have never done it before. While the press provides a public service and strives for fairness and accuracy in their reporting, a person in direct contact with the media should be as prepared ...
How Much Does a DMCA Takedown Notice Cost?
Are you a photographer and someone has used one of your photographs on their website without your permission? Or, maybe you are a writer and a popular online blog has published your short story claiming they wrote it. Or, perhaps, someone has lifted a selfie you posted on a social ...