Event: Weaponizing Defamation Law to Silence #MeToo Claims

Event! Lessons from Warriors Who Stand With MeToo 

C.A. Goldberg, PLLC founder Carrie Goldberg to keynote Weaponizing Defamation Law to Silence #MeToo Claims, the Berkeley Center on Comparative Equality and Anti-Discrimination Law’s upcoming virtual conference.

The keynote entitled Lessons from Warriors Who Stand With MeToo Victims will feature Carrie in conversation with firm friend Debra Katz, founding partner of Katz, Marshall & Banks.  

The program will include other renowned practitioners who will discuss how California, national and international defamation law has been used to intimidate and silence #MeToo claims, as well as present strategies to defend against defamation claims.

Workshops include:

  • What’s at Stake:  A Conversation with Our International Partners about Weaponized Defamation Laws 
  • Litigation Skills: Defamation Claims & Anti-SLAPP Motions 
  • As More Women Say ‘MeToo’, Claims of Defamation Have Been Asserted by the Accused 

When: Thursday, April 28, 2022, 9 am to 12:30 pm (PDT).  

How: You can register for the Weaponizing Defamation Law to Silence #MeToo Claims program here. Standard registration is $125. A 20% discount for members of Center partner organizations. California lawyers can receive 3.0 hours of CLE credit by attending, including Elimination of Bias


Now read:  

  • Blog: Depp v. Heard: Defamation Law and. #MeToo
  • Another Event: Speaking Out Online: Perspectives from Survivors, Researchers, and Lawyers Join C.A. Goldberg and friends at the NY Cyber Abuse Task Force for a short, free online conference discussing the increasing threats of defamation and lawsuits faced by gender-based violence survivors who disclose their abuse online.


Sign up to our Newsletter and connect with us on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, to stay up to date with important news and free resources! 

Related posts

We are not your attorney. Nothing on our website, blog, or social media should be interpreted as legal advice or the creation of an attorney-client relationship. You should not act or rely on the basis of information on this site without seeking the advice of an attorney. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. Please keep in mind that the success of any legal matter depends on the unique circumstances of each case: we cannot guarantee particular results for future clients based on successes we have achieved in past legal matters.