If you feel that your character and reputation has been lowered in the eyes of your friends, family or community due to a false or misleading action/statement made by someone else, you may have a claim for defamation.

We act for clients who have been defamed through print (newspaper or online news publication) or verbally (e.g. accused of stealing an item from a store).

John Gaynor & Co Solicitors LLP have significant expertise in defamation law and recently acted for a client in relation to a defamatory article published in the Sunday World Newspaper. A great result was achieved for our client with an apology issued by The Sunday World and a High Court settlement reached for our client separate to legal fees – Please see below link for review from Independent.ie.

https://www.independent.ie/business/media/sunday-world-apologises-in-high-court-to-former-credit-union-manager-over-defamatory-article-38283134.html

Time limit

If you have been the subject to a defamatory statement or action, it’s important that you act quickly and initiate your claim as soon as possible. Generally speaking, you must initiate your claim within 1 year from the date of publication.

Get in touch

Although it’s important that you act quickly, it’s just as important for you to choose a firm that has a proven track record in taking and winning defamation cases. We are that firm. With John Gaynor & Co., Solicitors LLP, you can be certain that from day one we will dedicate our time and resources to help restore your reputation and character.

If you would like to discuss how we can help you or if you would like to avail of a no obligation consultation, contact our team on (01) 454 0068 or by email to info@kit-webdesign.com.