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Clarkslegal highly recommended by Legal 500 UK 2021
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Clarkslegal prides ourselves on our excellent client service, so it is wonderful to be recommended by Legal 500 UK for our efforts especially during this different time for us all. We are delighted to announce that we have been recognised for the following practice areas; Construction, Commercial Litigation, Commercial Property, Corporate & Commercial, Employment, Immigration and Public Sector....


Partner Stephen James features in Raconteur article on risk management for employees
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Dispute Resolution Partner Stephen James provided Dan Matthews at Raconteur with an expert opinion on how companies can prepare their employees for the unexpected....


Defamation under a pseudonym
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The long running case of Tardios & St John’s Preparatory and Senior School –v- Pammela Linton (aka Patricia Carpenter) raised a number of interesting issues both from an education and defamation perspective. ...


Websites from Hell
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The recent case of Rada-Ortiz v Espinosa-Vadillo is welcome news for employers and others dealing with the actions of a disgruntled ex-employee....


The Defamation Act 2013: what is serious harm?
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The Defamation Act 2013 (the "2013 Act") introduced a requirement that a statement must have caused (or be likely to cause) serious harm to the Claimant`s reputation for that statement to be defamatory. In order to show serious harm, a business (defined as a body that trades for profit in the 2013 Act) has to show that it had suffered, or was likely to suffer, significant financial loss as a result of the publication of the defamatory material. The relevant section of the 2013 Act came into force on 1 January 2014 and only applies to allegedly defamatory statements made since that date...


Airport bomb hoax Twitter ruling overturned
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In the latest decision by the English courts concerning the social networking and micro blogging website Twitter, Paul Chambers, a former trainee accountant, has been acquitted of sending a "menacing message". As a result of a message Chambers posted on Twitter he was arrested at his workplace, lost his job, and for more than two years endured the threat of criminal sanctions and terrorist association hanging over him....


What`s so super about injunctions?
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Injunctions can be very powerful tools in litigation. Stephen James looks at why John Terry`s recent application for a "super injunction" failed"...

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