By Cleland Thom 22 June 15:29
Online news providers could be liable for unlawful user comments on their message boards, following a surprising decision by the European Court of Human Rights last week.
Jewish Telegraph reveals Ed Miliband legal 'threat' over Richard Desmond's account of Hampstead Heath encounterBy William Turvill 19 June 10:11
The Jewish Telegraph was warned about possible legal action by a spokesman for Ed Miliband over claims made by Express Newspapers chairman Richard Desmond in an interview.
Freddie Starr libel trial: Karin Ward insists she told the truth to BBC and ITV about dressing room encounterBy PA Mediapoint 18 June 10:26
A woman has described to the High Court how she was "goosed" by comedian Freddie Starr in Jimmy Savile's dressing room when she was 15.
By Dominic Ponsford 15 June 16:02
The Independent Press Standards Organisation has begun the process of setting up a low cost arbitration scheme for settling libel and privacy claims.
By PA Mediapoint and Press Gazette 15 June 14:58
Comedian Freddie Starr is suing a woman who says he groped her when she was in the audience at a Jimmy Savile show when she was a 15-year-old.
Libel is an unpredictable area. And that's certainly the case with the new Defamation Act 2013.
JK Rowling condemns 'indefensible' Mail article claiming she wrote 'sob story' about single parent pastBy PA Media Lawyer 21 May 13:24
Harry Potter author J K Rowling has been "fully vindicated and her reputation restored" following a newspaper's apology over allegations that she wrote a "sob story" containing false claims about her time as a single mother, the High Court was told today.
JK Rowling wins right to use word 'dishonest' in legal dispute with Daily Mail over libel statement in open courtBy PA Mediapoint 15 May 13:19
The Daily Mail has lost its challenge against a High Court ruling that author JK Rowling should be allowed to read a unilateral statement in open court as part of the settlement of a libel claim.
By PA Mediapoint and Press Gazette 07 May 13:55
A UKIP general election candidate intended to express a statement of fact when they claimed three Labour MPs knew many of the details of child sexual exploitatio in Rotherham, a High Court judge as ruled.
By William Turvill and Press Association 29 April 9:57
A former detective has been ordered to pay hundreds of thousands of pounds to the McCann family following a libel case in a Portuguese court.
Lib Dem manifesto: If press hasn't signed up for 'genuinely independent self-regulation' in a year, 'Parliament will need to act'By William Turvill 15 April 13:14
The Liberal Democrat election manifesto calls for action from Parliament if the press continues to refuse to sign up to a regulator which complies with the Leveson report.
By Dominic Ponsford 07 April 15:34
The Mail on Sunday, Sun and Grazia have all apologised to supermodel Kate Moss after mistakenly reporting that she was picked up from a party in an ambulance.
Salisbury Journal apologises to former football club chairman after reporting player's bankruptcy claimBy PA Media Lawyer 02 April 9:25
A former chairman of Salisbury City Football Club accepted a public apology from the publisher of the Salisbury Journal over a story which reported a player's comments that he had been "bankrupt a few times". (Picture: Reuters)
By PA Media Lawyer 01 April 17:14
A businessman has accepted a public apology and a donation to the charity Save the Children over an allegation in the Daily Mirror that he had "courted controversy" by dealing with the regime of Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad.
By PA Media Lawyer 24 March 8:43
Helal Uddin Abbas sued Mohamed Yousuf Shah, editor of the London Bangla newspaper, over material which appeared in the issue dated 15-21 October 2010.
Cruddas 'unacceptable' and 'wrong' to sell access to David Cameron - So why must Sunday Times still pay him £50k?By Dominic Ponsford 17 March 13:56
The Sunday Times filmed Tory co-Treasurer Peter Cruddas admitting that a foreign company could gain access to David Cameron and influence Government policy if it paid the party £250,000 a year.
By Dominic Ponsford 17 March 11:51
A £180,000 libel damages award to former Conservative Party co-treasurer Peter Cruddas has been reduced to £50,000 by the Court of Appeal.
By PA Mediapoint 04 March 11:53
The police officer at the centre of the notorious Downing Street "Plebgate" incident has accepted £80,000 damages in settlement of his libel action against former chief whip Andrew Mitchell.
Former Tory council candidate takes on Google in European Court over comments on 'Thanet slags' blog postBy William Turvill 24 February 9:05
A former Conservative local council candidate has taken the United Kingdom to the European Court of Human Rights after he was blocked from suing Google over defamatory claims made on a blog.
Moroccan prince sues Arabic news website in London over claims he tried to 'sabotage image' of King Mohammed VIBy William Turvill 12 February 9:32
His Highness Prince Moulay Hicham Ben Addallah Al Alaoui of Morocco – known as Moulay Hicham (pictured, Reuters) – is claiming damages from Elaph over an October 2014 story.