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By Carter -Ruck
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, the prominent Tory peer and former Chair of the Conservative Party, has secured a front-page apology, as well as substantial libel damages and legal costs, from Jewish News ...
By Carter -Ruck
Special WorldECR Sanctions Report.
By Carter -Ruck
Carter-Ruck is delighted to be associated sponsor for Big Voice London, which acts as a valuable resource for the younger generation living in the Greater London area and provides advice...
By Persephone Bridgman-Baker
Persephone Bridgman Baker has written an article for Inforrm (International Forum for Responsible Media) on the case of Serafin v. Malkiewicz & Ors, a judgment which has important ramifications...
By Carter -Ruck
Defamation in sport has been in the news recently with three major cases involving iconic tennis player Rafael Nadal in France...
By Guy Martin
A new set of regulations has been heavily criticised for putting professions in an impossible position - and at risk of a criminal penalty.
By Carter -Ruck
In what was the first full trial of the statutory defence of public interest introduced by the Defamation Act 2013, Mr Justice Warby in Economou v De Freitas shed light on the extent...
By Nigel Tait
There is an old saying that when a woman is forced to choose between two men, she opts for the third, and so it is with the Supreme Court's decision in Times Newspapers Ltd v Flood, Miller v Associated Newspapers Ltd, and Frost and others v MGN Ltd.
By Guy Martin
Prime Minister Theresa May has introduced the Queen's Speech by announcing a series of bills stated to be "geared towards making a success of Brexit".
By Guy Martin
Accountants, tax advisers, estate agents and other businesses need to be aware of the European Union Financial Sanctions (Amendment of Information Provisions) Regulations 2017 which came into force on 8th August 2017.
By Alasdair Pepper, Antonia Foster
Reading libel Judgments from the English courts provides information about developments in the law but does much less in terms of informing of trends and approaches being used by legal practitioners in the field.