Calling All Defamation, Libel, and Slander Lawyers . . .

Dear respective members of the bar,

If you are an avid reader of this blog, I would appreciate it if you would send me an e-mail or leave a comment below so that we can get in touch. The reason I am asking this is two-fold: (1) I would like to get to know you and see if you have any suggestions for topics I could write about on this blog; and (2) I am considering forming a Defamation Lawyer’s Association in Los Angeles, where we would delve into certain topics like Defamation and anti-SLAPP law in greater detail. Your responses would allow me to gauge the interest in such an organization.

Please send me an e-mail and/or leave a comment below.


  1. Ken says

    Do you include in the category attorneys who focus on defense-side anti-SLAPP practice?
    As to suggestions for blogging: have you looked at the SPEECH Act and the proposed federal Anti-SLAPP statute?

  2. says

    I have a client who wanted a refund after engaging in my services for two months. Since he was well outside the three day cancellation period he decided to file a complaint with the State Attorney General’s office in California. Apparently they decided not to take action based on documentation I sent to support my decision. Now he is sending emails to all of my linkedin and facebook connections not only saying i committed fraud which I have not but he is saying my behavior is strange and people on drugs exhibit the same kind of strange behavior. I had a client today catch wind of this and initially he wanted to cancel his service because of these comments. I do business over the phone and through the fax and internet from Colorado and this client that is sending the slanderous emails is in California. What would you recommend? I have actual copies of emails that he has sent.

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