Her ruling in the Civil Court of Lisbon comes six years after the McCanns launched the libel
Mr Hayat asked Judge Seys-Llewellyn QC to halt the libel
action against him and four other defendants, but the application was refused.
Anderson became so frustrated by the costs of libel
litigation and the harassment involving astronomical claims of punitive damages that he was willing to make a trade.
The Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012 could be used as a legal mantle to criminalise libel
," the press freedom watchdog said.
Rodriguez said the present law on libel
infringes on the freedom of speech and of expression and negatively impacts on media practitioners.
My fight against the enforcement of the British libel
judgment - first in New York and then with the US federal government - and the subsequent criticism of British libel
tourism by American legislators and media, led to the passage of local and federal laws protecting American journalists, authors and publishers from the enforcement of any foreign libel
While recent statistical analysis is inconclusive about the prevalence of criminal libel
cases, (28) including the number of cases related to the Internet, media coverage (29) suggests that Internet-related criminal libel
cases are becoming increasingly common.
The weekly said it was the largest-ever number of separate libel
claims to be brought against the British media by the same person on the same issue.
3 Policies cover slander, libel
, plagiarism, and other items standard policies do not.
Oriented towards helping journalists and other writers avoid being sued for libel
, rather than towards what to do after being sued, this work provides a series of country case studies that answer questions related to national libel
laws in Brazil, Canada, the United States, Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Belgium, England and Wales, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, the Russian Federation, Spain, and Switzerland.
Editorial sections, because they offer opinion instead of factually based news, have more leeway when it comes to libel
standards than other sections of the newspaper, two attorneys agreed at the NCEW convention session in Portland.
laws are nothing like our own so it is always fun when UK architectural big beasts get a mention.
What these apologists fail to realise is that it is virtually impossible to be specific about such matters under the libel
laws which tyrannise the press in Britain.
Can The Register-Guard or any other American news medium publish Bush's charges without facing libel
actions by Clinton?
action ended in 1997, with damages of pounds 40,000 imposed on the pair for handing out leaflets attacking McDonald's working practices and policies.