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The new edition of The Law of Defamation is a comprehensive narrative text on the law of defamation, including full coverage of the Defamation Act 2009, which came into force in 2010 and introduced a number of substantive and procedural reforms.

It provides a clear explanation of the innovations in the Act and of the new and amended remedies and defences it offers. It also looks at how the Act has been interpreted in the courts and considers emerging law on key issues such as the assessment of damages in libel, modern media practice, and the key judgements concerning liability for publication on the Internet… more…


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