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Why the Duchess of Sussex is justified in suing the “Mail on Sunday” – Stuart Gibson

There’s nothing quite like a Royal Lawsuit to get the English media and for that matter English lawyers’ tails wagging. London Legal has been abuzz over the last week since word got out that the Duchess of Sussex had begun legal action against The Mail on Sunday over a claim that it unlawfully published a private handwritten letter of hers to her father Thomas Markle. Continue reading

Duchess of Sussex sues Mail on Sunday in privacy, copyright and data protection over leaked letter

It has been announced that the Duchess of Sussex, Meaghan Markle, is suing the Mail on Sunday for misuse of private information, infringement of copyright and breach of the Data Protection Act 2018.  The claim arises out of the publication by the newspaper in February 2019 of extensive extracts from a private letter written by the Duchess to her estranged father. Continue reading

News: Mail on Sunday to pay substantial libel damages to former banker – Christopher Hutchings and Callum Galbraith

Mail on SundayFormer banker Irfan Qadir has been awarded substantial damages at the conclusion of his long-running libel action against Associated Newspapers, publisher of the Mail on Sunday, following the publication of two defamatory articles in May and June 2011. It also apologised in Court in respect of the articles.  A Statement in Open Court [pdf]was read before Mr Justice Tugendhat on 31 January 2013. Continue reading

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