Using the Law to Confront Defamatory Statements

Successful California business owners recognize that their company's long-term stability relies not only on product quality and pricing strategy. A company's reputation affects its ability to retain or attract new clients. Designing an effective strategy to safeguard a business's good name is a complex undertaking, often requiring a multifaceted approach.

CEOs and presidents of multinational corporations have stumbled when responding to negative or inaccurate reviews of their service. Their companies' revenues declined accordingly. Regardless of your company's size or annual income, your entity too is vulnerable to attacks on its reputation. Establishing a plan for confronting defamatory statements is the best way to limit the impact of this situation when it does occur.

Since 2012, Monterey and Orange County business owners have turned to Thomas Vogele & Associates, APC, for counsel in holding others accountable for libel. Our attorneys are known for their substantial understanding of commercial speech statutes and anti-SLAPP (strategic lawsuit against public participation) legislation. We use our extensive experience in litigating complex disputes to shape our counsel so that your company can resolve its defamation suit in a timely fashion.

Aggressively Defending Your Reputation in Court

Our business litigation lawyers have advocated for our clients in state and federal courts throughout California for complex commercial speech matters arising from:

Although our legal team has compiled an impressive record of success litigating conflicts, we are judicious in our recommendation to follow this course of action. Our legal team has secured optimal results for our clients in negotiation, mediation and litigation. When you consult with our firm, we will study the elements of your case and use our legal insight to determine which method of conflict resolution to pursue.

When Your Business's Brand Is at Risk, Delaying Action Affects Your Revenue

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