Case Law: Huda v Wells, Osteopath fails in bid to serve out over complaint to regulator – Media Lawyer

24 10 2017

In the case of Huda v Wells ([2017] EWHC 2553 (QB)) Nicklin J held that information submitted to the osteopaths’ regulatory body was protected by absolute privilege and could not be the subject of an action for defamation or malicious falsehood. Read the rest of this entry »





United States: Copyright and Artificial Intelligence – Ed Klaris and Alexia Bedat

24 10 2017

A photographer whose camera was used by a monkey to take a selfie recently settled a two-year legal battle against an animal rights group about copyright over the image.  The lower court had denied the monkey a copyright, but the parties decided to settle before facing the appeals court. Read the rest of this entry »