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Court Of Appeal Confirms Jackson’s 10% Increase On Tort Damages
In the recent judgment of Simmons v Castle, the Court of Appeal has confirmed that in all cases where a judgment is given on or after 1 April 2013, the proper level of general damages to be awarded for personal injury, nuisance, defamation and all other tort claims that cause suffering, inconvenience or distress to individuals will be increased by 10%.
UK
13 Aug 2012
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A Thornton In The Daily Telegraph’s Side: Libel And Malicious Falsehood Claim Succeeds
In one of the first findings of malice by a literary critic in many years, the High Court has upheld Dr Sarah Thornton’s claim for libel and malicious falsehood against Telegraph Media Group.
UK
10 Aug 2011
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"No win, no fee" claims do not interfere with the media’s right to freedom of expression
The House of Lords on 20 October ruled on the latest instalment of the long-running dispute between Naomi Campbell and Mirror Group Newspapers ("MGN").
UK
24 Oct 2005
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Forum shopping in defamation actions – on the increase?
The trend for litigants to "forum shop" - actively selecting the jurisdiction in which to raise their legal action - seems to be on the increase. This is particularly so in defamation actions, because in our increasingly technological world the dastardly untruths are often "published" (repeated or reprinted or broadcast) in more than one country.
UK
2 Jun 2005
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