The development of information technology has created an opportunity for each person to distribute information of any content among an unlimited number of people, which often leads to unlawful abuse of such an opportunity by spreading false, offensive information. Often, the rights violated by the dissemination of inaccurate information may be in the pre-trial procedure. However, as a rule, when unreliable information is distributed with the specific purpose of damaging honor, dignity or reputation, the only remedy is the application for protection to the court.
We have a great experience in protecting the interests of both individuals and legal entities from attack upon their honor, dignity, business reputation by unfair actions of the third parties on the Internet, in printed media and on television, including cases when the author of such information and the person who has spread it is unknown.
- Collection of information for the comprehensive analysis and selection of effective ways to protect extraneous interests in an out-of-court context;
- Preparation of a requirement to remove or refute false information;
- Preparation of a statement of claim and representing interests in court on the protection of honor, dignity, business reputation of a person and non-pecuniary damage;
- Representation of the person’s interests at the stage of implementation of the decision on the protection of the honor of business reputation and moral damages.