23rd Jul 2020
In the second part of this two-part series, Richard Bradshaw and Caitlin Walkington cover the common distinct features of online publications and what changes should be made to defamation laws.
16th Jul 2020
Social media and the use of the internet have evolved in a manner that neither the legislators nor the courts could have foreseen, allowing defamatory material to be published and accessed in unprecedented ways.
In the first part of this two-part series, Richard Bradshaw and Caitlin Walkington cover who is a 'publisher' in the digital age and the differences between primary and secondary publishers.
5th Sep 2019
Stephen Firth provides some valuable insights into the 'dos and don'ts' of social media use by clients in compensation cases.
9th May 2019
Geoff Baldwin explores the rapidly changing nature and capabilities of modern photography and the laws surrounding it.
24th May 2018
Seeking restitution for defamation in a world of social media.