Tag Archives: defamation

Characteristics of the Reader Taken into Account When Deciding the Meaning of Words in Defamation Cases

In Theedom v Nourish Training (t/a CSP Recruitment) the Claimant, a former employee of Nourish Trading (NT), brought a claim against NT after the managing partner sent e-mails to 124 other employers complaining about the claimants alleged conduct. The e-mail stated that the Claimant was sacked for passing confidential information to his girlfriend which amounted [...]

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Libel claim over Channel 4 “Jacksons” documentary ended on the eve of trial

A libel claim by Matthew Fiddes against Channel 4 Television, Studio Lambert and Jane Preston that has apparently cost more than £3.0 million in legal fees to date has ended just before going to trial. Mr. Fiddes claimed that the Defendants in the case libelled him in a documentary about the family of the late [...]

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The Jury’s Out

It is no surprise that a trial scheduled to start on Monday that is expected to last 20 days concerning a documentary about Michael Jackson’s older brother, the King of Pop’s former bodyguard and Channel 4 is hitting the headlines. The story has gained a headline podium position due to its legal implications.

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