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  • When Can I Sue for Verbal Assault?
      by HG.org

    There are instances that occur with frequency where someone is traumatized by the verbal actions of another. These could include name-calling, vicious rumors, descriptions of gruesome situations and many other similar issues.

  • When Electronic Snooping Is Illegal
      by HG.org

    Electronic snooping has been determined to be a form of fraud through the use of computers by federal laws in certain instances. Felony charges may be issued to those that snoop in this manner, as information is stolen and terrorism may occur through cyber attacks and computer-related crime.

  • Cyber Bullying Laws
      by HG.org

    Instances of cyber bullying have ranged from making fun of someone to pressuring someone to kill himself or herself. These crimes are often the foundation for self-harm and psychological damage that lasts for years. It is difficult to understand just how much damage is caused or impacts a person from these attacks.

  • Crime of Shoplifting
      by HG.org

    Shoplifting occurs when someone goes into a store and takes something that does not belong to him or her. Many businesses have to carefully monitor shoplifting because it causes so much monetary loss to a business. This is why many people have had the experience of going in a store and being followed around because they are being suspected of shoplifting.

  • Hollywood Defamation Lawsuit Heats Up

    Defamation (untrue statements that damage a reputation) is becoming more widespread as a cause of litigation, as the internet makes it increasingly easy for these messages to spread. Many new lawsuits pertain to false reviews of, or malicious attacks on, businesses. Yet as one lawsuit between two Hollywood heavyweights reminds us, "old fashioned" defamation still occurs as well - and spreads just as easily.

  • Can I Sue a Company for Using My Image to Sell a Product?
      by HG.org

    Many companies use photos of people when selling their brand or product. Often times, these photos are of models or professional actors. In some cases, businesses may use photos of private parties rather than expert models.

  • How to Calculate Damages in a Slander Case
      by HG.org

    Slander occurs when a person makes an unprivileged false statement of fact that causes harm to that person or his or her reputation. Determining the amount of damages in a given slander case can help the plaintiff and lawyer determine the potential value of the case and if it is worth pursuing.

  • How to Legally Fight Businesses that Are Posting Fake Good Reviews on the Internet
      by HG.org

    Recognizing the power of first-hand user experiences, some businesses flood review sites with positive reviews about their product or service by paying writers to manufacture this content. Rather than reading a real review by someone who has actually used the product or service, the consumer is duped by someone who has no contact with the product or service other than a paycheck.

  • Why Writing Fake Good Reviews to Boost Your Business May Be Illegal
      by HG.org

    National studies have found that many consumers check online reviews before making a purchase. Additionally, many consumers directly cite such reviews for the reason why they chose a particular product. Hoping to tap into the upside of this strategy, some businesses encourage consumers to post positive reviews.

  • Prohibition on the Publication of Personal Information
      by HG.org

    This is the information age of electronics, data, computing and the internet. Cameras and the ability to capture photos and video are everywhere. Protecting private information is no longer an easy thing to do. This could allow one’s likeness or attributes to be used in various ways that allow others to make money. The protection of personal information, likeness and private data is covered under the law.


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