Webinar: Corporate Cyberlibel Attacks -You Can Fight Back But You Need to Know How
A practical ‘how-to’ on handling a cyberlibel/defamation attack and in-depth look at the latest case-law
When: 1:00 - 3:00 pm (EST) on March 5, 2013
This live Webshop, led by a panel of top legal counsel and moderated by a world renowned communications expert, will provide critical legal information you need to defend against defamation conducted through the internet and digital media.
Learn how to fight back. Ensure you are aware of the latest developments and all your options when faced with a cyberlibel attack or online defamation.
- Identify the most common cyber libel attacks on corporation
- Hear how case-law is evolving to define cyberlibel
- Learn how the characteristics of the Internet make it an “user friendly” tool for cyber attacks
- Explore how cyberlibel differs from offline libel and learn about defences available for those sued for cyberlibel
- Discover the in-house controls you can implement
Speakers: David A. Potts, Barrister & Solicitor, Cyberlibel & Reputation Management; Dr. Allan Bonner, Founder Allan Bonner Communications Management Inc. and Timothy F. Civil, Vice-President & General Counsel, PepsiCo Foods Canada/
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