Obtaining a Court Order for Internet Defamation

If you or your business experience online defamation through harmful comments on webpages, there are appropriate legal measures you can take to remove this content. When conveyed over the internet, defamatory statements spread quickly and can cause severe damages to the reputation of individuals. Our team of skilled internet lawyers at Hutcherson Law understand the extreme effects of internet defamation, and we are here to take legal action on your behalf. Our main strategy in tackling this issue is to first obtain a valid court order against the online author. Our legal procedures are proven to successfully remove defamatory content for our clients and the first step in this process includes gathering the necessary items for a legitimate court order.

Obtaining a court order requires the help and guidance of defamation internet lawyers, and our highly qualified team knows exactly what it takes for the proper legal representation. Most websites and major search engines have policy procedures to immediately remove content from webpages, if they are provided with a valid court order that states that the content is defamatory.

How Does a Court Order Work?

The process of obtaining a court order against a website requires planning and adequate legal representation. A court order entails filing a lawsuit, which requires many factors to be considered. You should be aware that only a licensed lawyer with internet defamation experience can properly advise clients on the costs and risks associated with filing a lawsuit. After the proper legal guidance, a valid court order can be obtained stating that certain content is defamatory. This legal order should then be presented to search engines and websites which will typically remove the content voluntarily and immediately. Obtaining a court order is a valuable component to the strategic plan we design.

What Does a Court Order Entail?

Each court order must be strategically designed to meet the special requirements of your defamatory case. A legitimate court order will clearly identify the setting of the content in question, the online author, and claims that are the foundation for removal. If the author of the webpage is anonymous, we have the proper tools to identify who defamed you. Our team will analyze contextual evidence, issuing subpoenas to websites and Internet service providers. A proper court order also accounts for the possibility of content being reposted in the future. Search engines will deny your request to remove the defamatory statements if a proper court order is not presented.

It is crucial to work with skilled internet lawyers who you will trust to successfully remove damaging content in an efficient manner. At Hutcherson Law, we understand the urgency behind your court order requests, and we can ensure proper legal representation for your unique needs. Removing online negative content is easy with the guidance from Hutcherson Law. Contact us today to get started on the process of obtaining a court order!