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Case Law: Alsaifi v Newcastle College Group and Board of Governors, Libel Claim Lecturer wins appeal to fight on – Media Lawyer

In the case of Alsaifi v Newcastle College Group and Board of Governors ([2018] EWHC 1954 (QB)) a lecturer who was banned from teaching then won an appeal overturning that decision has succeeded with an appeal against a Master’s decision to dismiss his defamation claim against the college at which he once worked. Continue reading

Case Law: GYH v Persons Unknown, Transgender Escort wins right to harassment damages – Media Lawyer

In the case of GYH v Persons Unknown ([2018] EWHC 121 (QB)) a transgender woman who works as an escort has won the right to a damages payout – if she can trace her anonymous online abuser. The claimant, identified only as GYH, was granted an injunction in December to protect her privacy after being subjected to a “campaign of harassment”. Continue reading

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