“Wiggin Out” Over a Wig Purchase Dispute Leads to Online Defamation – Sanders v. Walsh

24 11 2013

At what point does online mudslinging become actionable defamation? In September, an appellate court in California upheld a wig seller’s liability for defamatory statements made on online forums, focusing on the false factual nature of the claims.

Cite: Sanders v. Walsh, 219 Cal.App.4th 855 (Sept. 16, 2013).


For more information, see Eric’s post: “Want to Avoid Defaming Someone Online? Link to your Sources.

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