Whoever made up “sticks and stones” may have been able to manage a schoolyard, but he didn’t know much about the real world. People and businesses depend upon their reputations. And when someone slings mud, naively or maliciously, one can do genuine harm. We’ve prosecuted and defended some of the largest defamation cases around. We know the law, and we know how to present the facts to a jury. In the practice of law, there are not too many things more gratifying than helping to clean the mud off a sterling reputation.
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