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Defamation Cease and Desist Letter
Social Media and the Law
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If a client believes that false and defamatory statements have been published about them on the internet, the first step is to send a cease and desist letter to the offending party.
This form provides a template for a cease and desist letter demanding retraction of the false and defamatory statements, notice to third parties of the falsehood of the statements, and reputation management assistance among other things.
PLI Item #:
Communications/Telecommunications Law, Corporate & Securities
"cease and desist"
"false and defamatory statements"
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