Dealing with Online Defamation
Author(s): Ontario Bar Association
Publication Date: February 2018
Format: shipped (hardcopy), download (PDF)


Description
Today, any individual can access an audience through blogs, discussion boards and social media. Publishers are also increasingly turning to online platforms to share content. In this digital world, it is essential that you have the knowledge and skills to respond if your clients find themselves being defamed, or accused of defamation online. Join us to explore this ever-developing area and gather practical advice on how to guide your clients through the complexities of online defamation.

PROGRAM CHAIRS

Katarina Germani, Legal Counsel, CBC/Radio-Canada
Julia Lefebvre, Bersenas Jacobsen Chouest Thomson Blackburn LLP

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Defamation Law in the Internet Age Consultation Paper (Executive Summary)
Law Commission of Ontario

Resolving Defamation Disputes Without Resorting to Litigation
Tae Mee Park, Bersenas Jacobsen Chouest Thomson Blackburn LLP

Suing for Defamation - A Call for Restraint
Howard Winkler, Winkler Dispute Resolution

The So-called "Right to be Forgotten" - A Selection of Case Summaries
Iris Fischer, Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP
Laura Dougan, Blake, Cassels & Graydon, LLP

Online Defamation: Notice Issues
Tycho Manson, Chernos Flaherty Svonkin LLP

Pulling Back Anonymous' Mask: Norwich Orders and Online Defamation
Andrea Gonsalves, Stockwoods LLP
Benjamin Kates, Stockwoods LLP

Motions to Dismiss under s.137.1 of the Courts of Justice Act (Ontario)
Christopher Pang, Corus Entertainment

Checklist - Factors to Consider in Moving or Responding Under S. 137.1 of the Courts of Justice Act (Anti-Slapp/Gag Proceedings)

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