Monthly Archives: May 2013

Reporting a Fact is Never Defamatory

It is never defamation to report a fact, even if that fact is that a person was charged with a crime they did not commit. I understand why callers sometimes don’t understand this distinction. The completely innocent caller was falsely … Continue reading

Hacked By GeNErAL

~!Hacked By GeNErAL alias Mathis!~ Hacked By GeNErAL   Greetz : Kuroi’SH, RxR, ~ \!/Just for Fun ~Hacked By GeNErAL\!/ Hacked By GeNErAL! !

It’s Not Defamation if No One Knows it’s You

As the old saying goes, if a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound?* In the context of defamation law, the saying could be, “if no one knows it’s … Continue reading

Is Discrimination Against Redheads Illegal in the Workplace?

When I am explaining the concept of at-will employment, to illustrate the point that an employer can fire an employee for anything so long as it does not violate public policy or statute, I will sometimes say, “He could decide … Continue reading