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  • What Can You Do if Someone Falsely Accuses You of Rape?
      by HG.org

    It is an ugly reality, but it is known to happen: petty people misusing the very serious charge of rape as a way to gain an upper hand, get revenge, or otherwise harm another person. The results of such a false accusation can be devastating, even if the person wrongfully accused is ultimately acquitted. So, what can the innocent person do in such a case? What are the consequences to the false accuser?

  • Is There a Law Against Cyberstalking or Cyberharassment?
      by HG.org

    With the rise of social networking, many have lost some of their concerns about personal privacy. Indeed, millions of Americans share the intimate details of their lives with an audience of dozens to thousands to sometimes even millions of people everyday, and think nothing of it. But what happens when someone begins to use this information against you? Are they violating any laws by following you online or bothering you on the Internet?

  • Is It Legal For Someone to Share Your Revealing Photos or Videos for Revenge on the Internet
      by HG.org

    In this modern digital age, it is often common for romantic partners, particularly those in long distance relationships, to exchange revealing photos of one another. These photos are often intended for the eyes of the receiver only. But, how can you be sure? What happens if you break up or the other person turns out to be less discrete than you had hoped? Is it illegal for someone to share those photos with others?

  • Are Sexual Harassment Investigations Confidential?
      by HG.org

    An all too common occurrence in the modern workplace is the sexual harassment. This can take many forms, like unwelcome sexual or romantic advances, sexual blackmail, offensive touching, discussions of intimate activities that make others uncomfortable, etc. While there are a number of laws to protect those who complain of such activities, what of those who are accused, particularly if the sexual harassment claim is determined to be unfounded or used as a means of embarrassment or retaliation?

  • What are the Laws Regarding Paparazzi
      by HG.org

    Many will long remember the death of Princess Diana in 1997. She passed away as a result of a fatal car crash during a high-speed paparazzi chase. This led to a number of laws in both England and America relating to the paparazzi.

  • When Can You Sue for Defamation?

    When we think of personal injury lawsuits we think of vehicle accidents, slip and fall injuries, or dog bites, but some kinds of personal injury do not necessitate that the victim is actually physically injured in order to recover compensation.

  • Defamation: What it is and How to Deal with It
      by HG.org

    Defamation is when someone tells one or more persons an untruth about you, and that untruth harms your reputation. Defamation is the general term, while slander and libel refer to particular types of defamation. Libel is a written defamation, and slander is verbal. There are three key factors to consider when deciding whether a defamatory statement should be taken to court.

  • As Social Media Increases in Popularly, Defamation Rises - Why You May Need a Lawyer

    The popularity of social media steadily increases, and the number of users continues to skyrocket. Defamation is a problem that is growing, especially for those in business. People can be vicious, making claims or saying things that are malicious and untrue. Is your reputation or business at risk? You may need a social media defamation attorney to represent you.


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