Experienced Defamation Lawyers in Sydney
With the growth in the use of social media in recent years, there has been a surge in internet defamation, making it more important than ever to engage experienced defamation lawyers.
McMahons Lawyers are able to provide advice and assistance in representation for a wide variety of different matters in this area.
When you are in a situation where you feel that you have been defamed and you need one of the best defamation law firms on your side, we invite you to contact us and allow us to assist you in your case.
Where we decide to commence proceedings for a plaintiff , we charge on a no-win no-fee basis subject to a small commitment by the client for disbursements
Why Choose McMahons Lawyers
Bryan McMahon is the Principal Lawyer in our defamation law department. We are on the New South Wales Law Society referral panel for defamation cases. McMahons Lawyers provides defamation legal advice to both plaintiffs and defendants.
We are experienced in running associated actions for injurious falsehood and misleading and deceptive conduct. This is a complicated area of the law and involves, among other things, a choice of the most appropriate jurisdiction.
Our lawyers will take the time to listen carefully to the details and circumstances of your case, as well as what your goals are for resolving the situation, and use this information to plan a strategic approach to your matter.
A Track Record Of Delivering Results in Defamation Law
Whether you need to get a false statement retracted, or an apology from someone who made an incorrect negative statement about you on social media, or a resolution from somebody who spread false rumours about your business leading to great losses – chances are McMahons Lawyers can help.
At McMahons, we are an experienced defamation law firm and our lawyers regularly appear in the defamation lists. For example, in a recent case, we acted for a plaintiff in a matter which ran for six weeks. We obtained a jury verdict in favour of the plaintiff who was awarded the then Australian record amount for general damages under the UDL.