Case Law: Brown v Bower, Judge rejects parties’ agreement as to what is defamatory – Emma Foubister

8 11 2017

In the case of Brown v Bower [2017] EWHC 2637, the High Court considered the proper application of the repetition rule in determining the meaning of a statement about an MP in a book about the Blair government. Nicklin J made interesting observations about whether the statement was defamatory and the effect of the parties’ agreement that it was. Read the rest of this entry »





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 »