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Telegraph apologises and pays out in Dr Al-Haddad “apes and pigs” libel claim

Leading UK Imam and Scholar Dr Haitham Al-Haddad has succeeded in his three-year libel battle against the Telegraph over claims that he preached that Jews were descended from apes and pigs. In terms of settlement filed in the High Court […]

Can I Claim Damages For Defamation?

Historically, claims for Defamation (both libel and slander) have involved celebrities and those in the media lime-light. The recent headlines relating to Rebel Wilson, the Australian actress, writer and producer who had her $AUD4.5 million damages award slashed to $AUD600,000 […]

Facebook – The New Frontier In Defamation Law

Stocker v Stocker[1] It is hard to fathom that Facebook has only existed in the mainstream for ten-years. The social media platform has completely transformed how we interact with each other, both personally and professionally, and this has occurred in […]

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