yes, but why would you do that unless you might win? As with any lawsuit, you have the burden of proving the facts necessary to show the defendant slandered you and that it caused you some sort of damage. Because slander is oral, you will need witnesses or a recording of what was said.
Slander is an offence.I will sue you for slander.Journalists must be careful not to slander anybody.
Yes, you can sue someone for spoiling your reputation. This is called slander. A person can file slander charges on their own or hire an attorney.
Depending on the jurisdiction, you probably can sue for slander, unless you are proven to be a thief and a liar.
Slander is a term used for spoken defamation of an individual. In order to sue for Slander an individual must be able to prove that the accused made untrue statements, and affected the accuser negatively (caused harm).
you can sue anyone for almost anything these days, if you have proof go for it!!
yes he/she can. if the teachers a bad teacher, feel free to sue them
Yes, that is what slander is. You will need to prove damages in order to win the case though.
You can get (sue) anyone for slander: your landlord is no different.
No. You have to prove the child knew what they were doing.
If you make false accusations, they can sue you for slander.
I don't think so but slander does come to mind. They might be able to take them to court for slander but that's about it.
You can certainly sue them for slander.
Yes, you can sue. No, you won't win. In a libel or slander case, the truth is a defense.
Talk to a lawyer who specializes in employer relations.
Pretty much no, a minor cannot be sued.
Certainly, it is called slander and is brought as a civil suit.
libel is like slander, the difference between the two is slander is verbal and libel is written.Hire an attorney and file the claim. You will have to show damages as a result of the libel.
no not realy unless its extremely inappropriate information about you .Added:"Pressing charges" refers to holding someone criminally liable for their actions. Slander is not a crime. Slander is a civil action, for which you may be able to sue, depending on the facts and circumstances.
Go to the courthouse and sue for slander.
You can sue the landlord for slander.
Yes, slander is illegal and a sueable offense in the United States.
The laws of Libel and Slander are usually the ones used to sue someone for spreading false information about one's self. The laws of Libel and Slander are usually the ones used to sue someone for spreading false information about one's self.
It would be slander to say something untrue about a person's moral character.The banker sued for slander against a customer who claimed the banker was a pedophile.The newspaper printed a story about the mayor that was slander.