Please don't make me do a law lecture.
The law of Slander of Goods that you quote about is a very, very, very, narrow part of the general law of libel and slander. The quote above would apply to something like "TM is better than CA", not a comment on a legal entity like a business or a person.
There are ways to criticize or make negative comments about something that are not actionable, but just making a blanket statement that a review cannot cause a successful lawsuit is simply wrong.
PS- slander and libel in Canada is not a criminal offense, but a civil tort. Thus there is no prosecuter involved, nor is one "charged".
When the elephants fight, it is bad for the grass. When the elephants make love, it is also bad for the grass.
Last edited by Lawdog; July 25th, 2008 at 17:55..