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Former FA chairman can rely on privilege in making comments outside of parliament to defend libel claims

The former chairman of the Football Association (FA) Baron Triesman of Tottenham can benefit from the "absolute privilege" that extends to comments made in the UK's parliament when he repeated those comments outside of the Parliamentary setting, the Court... 03 Mar 2014

Litigation privilege did not apply to correspondence before litigation was "reasonably anticipated", judge says

A brewing company was unable to prevent correspondence between itself and its bank and accountants from being disclosed during a dispute connected with the sale of its eastern European business, a High Court judge has ruled. 23 Jan 2014

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