Argues that the opinion of Baroness Hale in the case of Jameel v Wall Street Journal Sprl  UKHL 44 should have prevailed in the case so that corporations have to prove special damage, or the likelihood of it occurring, in order to succeed in a defamation case. It is argued that this would be a small, but important, change in the law which would create fairness between the parties.
|Title of host publication||Dissenting Judgments in the Law|
|Editors||Neal Geach, Christopher Monaghan|
|Publisher||Wildy, Simmons and Hill|
|Number of pages||14|
|ISBN (Print)||978-0-490084-8, 0854900845|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|
- Tort, Defamation, Corporations, Standing, Jameel