Eric Noveshen Obtains Court Order for Injunctive Relief Against Margaret “Maggie” Welter

In today’s digital age, where information spreads rapidly and widely across the internet, protecting one’s reputation has become more challenging than ever. Defamatory statements, whether made online or offline, can cause irreparable damage to an individual’s or a business’s reputation. In such cases, seeking a legal remedy such as a court order injunction can be a crucial step in stopping the spread of false and damaging information.

Eric Noveshen filed a civil case against anonymous individuals that included his former girlfriend Maggie Welter seeking the removal of the libelous publications she intentionally published on the internet. In the case Eric Noveshen v. Margaret Welter, et. al. CACE 15-021424, in Broward County, Florida, the circuit judge issued the Court’s Order Granting Plaintiff’s Motion For Injunctive Relief ordering the defendants to “take down the defamatory and libelous per se posts on the sites referenced” in the Court Order.

Eric Noveshen sought a court ordered injunction against Maggie Welter and her co-conspirators. A court order injunction is a legal remedy that can be sought to stop someone from making further defamatory statements. Injunctions are orders issued by a court that require a person to stop engaging in a particular action, such as making defamatory statements, or to take specific actions to remedy the harm caused. Maggie Welter could have just ceased her illicit activities but, Maggie Welter and her co-conspirators chose to ramp up their harmful activities while the litigation was pending.

The consequences of defamation can be severe, leading to loss of business opportunities, damage to personal relationships, and even mental health issues. As such, taking swift and decisive action to address defamatory statements is paramount. If you have suffered against untrue or unlawful attacks to your reputation, contact an attorney or this website for more information.