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22 November 2021

Absence of sufficient harm or damage causes defamation and malicious falsehood claims to fail

In his recent article – “Absence of sufficient harm or damage causes defamation and malicious falsehood claims to fail” - Nick Grant, Senior Associate in the Privacy & Media Team at Payne Hicks Beach, explores the implications for practitioners of George v Cannell and another [2021] EWHC 2988 (QB), first published on Lexis®PSL on 18 November 2021 and reproduced with kind permission

https://www.lexisnexis.com/uk/lexispsl/tmt/docfromresult/D-WA-A-W-W-MsSAYWZ-UUW-UZEYAAUUW-U-U-U-U-U-U-AZBEEBVUAY-AZBDCAVYAY-EZAUEWZDD-U-U/1/393988?lni=643T-M1R3-GXF6-80VY-00000-00

For further information, please contact Nick Grant by email or alternatively call on 020 7465 4300

Click below to read Nick’s Lexis®PSL article

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