Defamation: When Consumer Advocacy Goes Too Far
Case Study: The Photographer vs The Newlyweds
WHY YOU NEED THIS COURSE:
Now more than ever people are flocking to the internet via social media or online review sites to voice their concerns or opinions about situations that displease them. Indeed this can be a good thing, especially when shady businesses or unscrupulous business people are legitimately being called out. However, what happens when the consumer advocates who are trying to warn others go too far by employing a poor choice of words or allowing their emotions to get the best of them? Let's just say that the repercussions can include unnecessary frustration, heartache, and astronomical legal bills.
TOPICS COVERED IN THIS COURSE:
This short course discusses a real life situation where a couple bashed their wedding photographer online and elsewhere over a $125 fee and ended up with a $1 Million jury award against them.
In addition to providing you with a real life example of a not so pleasant situation that could happen to anyone, you will ALSO RECEIVE four (4) TIPS to help prevent the same thing from happening to you.
THIS COURSE IS PERFECT FOR:
Anyone using the internet! If you are on the internet and are inclined to voice your opinion or otherwise might rant or write a review about a situation that you feel is unjust, you can't afford to miss this!
Course Completion Certificates Available Upon Request.
If you have a GROUP that could use this lesson as a workshop, please contact us about group presentation availability and pricing by emailing email@example.com.
Defamation: When Consumer Advocacy Goes Too Far - Photographer vs Newlyweds
Take Away - Four General Tips for Helping Avoid Defamation Claims Under These Circumstances
Article - They trashed their wedding photographer over a $125 fee, so a jury told them to pay her $1 million - The Washington Post
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