Privacy and Libel Law: The Clash with Press Freedom – International Libel Claims – Paul Tweed

3 06 2012

It is hardly an exaggeration to suggest that the past two years have seen a media frenzy over the libel tourism debate on both sides of the Atlantic. This relatively recent interest in international libel litigation, focusing on the UK in particular, was brought about by an increasing, but still relatively small, number of American personalities deciding to sue for defamation in the High Court in London.

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