The Cost of a “Facebook” Libel

An interesting case in this week’s news about a woman who accused her ex-husband of “trying to kill her” on Facebook, who lost both a High Court libel case in 2016 and more recently, an appeal against that verdict, has been left with a legal bill estimated to be £200,000. The story of Nicola Stocker Read More …

Brand Protection: Defamation

THIS ARTICLE WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE MARCH QUARTER EDITION OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MAGAZINE Defamation is a publication to a third party of an untrue statement against a reputation exposing the claimant to hatred, contempt or ridicule in the eyes of right thinking members of society. It is governed by common law and Read More …