The law presumes that a person is of good character unless proven otherwise. If statements are made regarding a person which are defamatory and affect the reputation of that person in the eyes of other members of the public, that person may have a claim for defamation against the maker(s) of those defamatory statements.
- Litigation involving libellous and/or slanderous material
- Obtaining injunctions to prevent further publication of defamatory material
- Negotiating a settlement for a defamation claim in relation to an allegedly defamatory article published in a magazine
- Defending client against defamation claim for republishing allegedly defamatory material contained in a newspaper
- Defending client against defamation claim for complaints made in relation to business practices of the Plaintiff to the Ministry of Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Defendants’ Consumerism.
|Gan Chong Chieh|
|Ow Jeong Jun|
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