Internet defamation describes online statements that injure another party’s reputation. However, it can take several forms depending on the intentions of the attacker and how the statements are used against the victim. It normally falls under one of three types:...
Internet defamation is of personal interest to this law firm. While we primarily practiced business and real estate law, Paul J. Sulla, Jr. became a victim of Internet Defamation in 2010. The activity since died down but the impacts remain, which is why this issue is...
Fighting a post-foreclosure eviction? You may lose your home before the case is over and be ordered to pay the other side’s attorneys’ fees. Mount v. Apao shows how a counterclaim can make matters worse, not better.
Is the house you bought at a foreclosure auction really yours? In Fair Horizon v. Agard, the Hawaii Court of Appeals says “Yes!… as long as you are truly a bona fide purchaser”.
Congratulations! You settled your case. But now the bank wants you to sign WHAT? How private law is being used by banks to limit a complainant’s freedom of speech.
Have you seen your first drone yet? Drones in Hilo, Hawaii have become commonplace and lead to new legal questions and privacy concerns.
Federal judge rules Horowitz filings “delusional”, questions whether Horowitz really resides in California like he claimed under oath, and remands the case back to State Court.
As lava flows over private parcels, renters and homeowners in Puna wonder how this will affect their real estate interests and legal rights.
Paul J. Sulla, Jr. wins on summary judgement against Leonard Horowitz and Sherri Kane.
Cases stayed pending appeal assessing legality of foreclosure process.