Internet Defamation: More Help for Victims Now Available through Rexxfield.com
Rexxfield Cyber Investigation Services specializes in tracking down and positively identifying anonymous authors of Internet defamation, harassment and cyber bullying. CEO announces increased case capacity.
New York, NY (PRWEB) August 20, 2013
Today Rexxfield's Cyber Investigation Services announced expansion of its Internet defamation litigation support services, digital forensic investigations, and reputation remediation and mitigation services, with the addition of additional investigators and support staff.
Rexxfield was the first-mover in providing specialty services in support of Internet defamation lawsuits that are often hampered by the respective attorney's inability to positively identify anonymous antagonists, hiding behind a cloak of anonymity.
Rexxfield founder and CEO Michael Roberts said "It is crucial that anonymous defamers be positively identified early in the case, there are a myriad of problems that arise if a case stalls on this issue. Significantly, important evidence can perish such as IP address log files, and other digital artifacts which often cannot be recovered until the identity of the anonymous user is established."
Furthermore, despite their best intentions, attorneys litigating Internet defamation cases often do not possess the specialty knowledge required to ask third-party witnesses, such as website operators, for all the information for which the case may depend. Rexxfield specializes in coming alongside these attorneys, and drafting comprehensive interrogatory questions, subpoenas and discovery request documents, that leave no stone unturned.
Victims of Internet defamation do not always seek litigation as a remedy. Our team has also developed propriety tools and methods that allow the victim to fight a psychological PR defense against the antagonists. Victims should be careful, if the allegations raised are not true, sometimes objective readers might think worse of the victim if he or she shouts to loudly in denial: "The lady doth protest too much, methinks." from Shakespeare's Hamlet, Act III, scene II.
Michael Roberts made it clear that "we don't do spin, in other words, if people who are being demeaned online as a result of their foolish decisions, or wrongdoing, we're not interested in helping those cases." But he added, "however, if someone has done wrong and wants to make things right, we certainly know how to give them a voice so that they can communicate their change of heart."
About Michael Roberts:
Rexxfield's CEO Michael Roberts is a licensed private investigator, journalist, and Internet litigation support specialist.
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