Expert Witness Opinion, Reports, and Testimony on:
- Economic damages due to harm to reputation, whether business, professional, or personal.
- Mainstream media defamation through negligence, actual malice, or reckless disregard of publishing standards.
- Emotional distress due to defamation.
Nicholas has twenty years of experience in expert consulting, reports and testimony in depositions and trials for over three dozen cases in Federal and state courts. During this period he has practiced reputation management, promotion, and repair for dozens of individuals and organizations.
Knowledge of Accepted Publishing Standards
Nicholas Carroll has been writing and editing news, analysis, and advertising since 1998. He has been a correspondent for the Chicago Tribune, the Times of London, the Toronto Globe and Mail, and a columnist for Southam syndicate. He is a contributing writer at the Huffington Post, has appeared in print and on air hundreds of times, and is a guest on national radio and TV venues including PBS, WABC, WOR, WGN, KGO, KABC, and CNBC, as well as BBC and Canadian CBC and CTV. He has written published reports, news, articles, ads and books.
Carroll worked directly for the founders and administrators of the internet, and his experience in online communications and defamation begins in the 1980s, with experience in search engine optimization and social media (SM) beginning in 1994.
Carroll has personally interviewed hundreds of people claiming defamation of character and acted as an expert witness in dozens of legal cases of defamation. An article originally published in the ABA Journal on actual damages that can be caused by emotional distress: “Emotional Distress Damages in Defamation Cases: Making and rebutting defamation emotional distress claims”
Information: Books and Articles
Fighting Slander: A Practical and Legal Guide to Stopping Defamation
5th Edition: Introduction, Table of Contents, and link to Amazon