Can Corporations Sue for Defamation?

October 11, 2016 | Charles Bowen

The word defamation is defined as any false communication that is intentional and intended to damage someone’s reputation. When this communication is spoken it is called slander, and if it’s written it is called libel. Depending on the nature and severity of the remarks, defamation may be either a civil or a criminal charge.

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Topics: Corporate Lawyer, Free Speach, Defamation