Hi again,In all my (unfortunate) dealings with lawyers - not you - and speaking with my friends about it, it appears so many people speak of bad experiences with lawyers! Is it against the privacy law to speak of our experiences? What if something was written on Facebook or twitter or something about our experiences - would this be defamation?Many thanks
So if we only posted positive comments (like on just answer or ebay) its ok?
Sorry, one more query, how do websites like Tripadvisor get away with it then? So many people write in and rate their experiences with hotels, restaurants etc.... not always positive.
BEc Dip Ed, Dip Law (SAB) MTax (UNSW)
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