Malicious falsehood requires a reference to your interests in the lies, says High Court –

Posted August 11th, 2009 in malicious falsehood, news by sally

“A company can sue for malicious falsehood only when there is some reference to it or its interests in the false and malicious words complained of, even if that reference is indirect and the company is not identified, the High Court has ruled.”

Full story, 11th August 2009