Bullying & Harassment2019-03-29T17:20:43+00:00

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In October 2009, Griffin Law obtained the first ever order anywhere in the world that provided for a court injunction to be served on an anonymous cyber bully via Twitter. This landmark precedent-setting judgment – known as a Blaney’s Blarney Order and reported worldwide – means that celebrities, sportsmen and politicians cannot be impersonated online by anonymous stalkers without consequence.

Griffin Law stands ready, willing and able to help those who are bullied and harassed by those who cower behind anonymity or who believe that they can bully with impunity.

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Why Choose Griffin Law for your Bullying & Harassment Case?

There is nothing more traumatic than being bullied and not knowing where to turn. Children’s lives are ruined, workers resign rather than putting up with workplace harassment and sometimes those who are bullied are even tragically driven to self-harm and suicide.

Griffin Law stands ready, willing and able to help those who are bullied and harassed by those who cower behind anonymity or who believe that they can bully with impunity.

In October 2009, Griffin Law obtained the first ever order anywhere in the world that provided for a court injunction to be served on an anonymous cyber bully via Twitter. This landmark precedent-setting judgment – known as a Blaney’s Blarney Order and reported worldwide – means that celebrities, sportsmen and politicians cannot be impersonated online by anonymous stalkers without consequence.

More importantly it means that children who are anonymously bullied at school, or those who are bullied because of their race, religion, sexuality, disability, age or gender, can finally discover the identity of their tormentors – and seek damages from them.

Griffin Law also made groundbreaking law reported in the media in the case of AMP v Persons Unknown in December 2011 by criminalising unlawful file sharing to protect a young girl whose phone was stolen and where private pictures on that phone were uploaded to torrent sites on the internet.

We are the lawyers you want on your side. Please contact justice@griffin.law or use the form below to get in touch.

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