Greenstein v Campaign Against Antisemitism: QBD 15 Feb 2019

Judgment after a trial of preliminary issues of meaning and whether of fact or opinion.
Nicklin J said: ‘Although the Claimant has selected only parts of the Articles for complaint, the Court must ascertain the meaning of these sections in the context of each Article as a whole.’
Nicklin J
[2019] EWHC 281 (QB)
England and Wales
Cited by:
See AlsoGreenstein v Campaign Against Antisemitism QBD 6-Nov-2020
Defendant’s application to strike out claims in defamation and misuse of personal information. . .
CitedHayden v Associated Newspapers Ltd QBD 11-Mar-2020
The claimant alleged defamation by the defendant, and the court now considered the meanings of the words complained of. Another person had been held by police for seven hours after identifying the claimant as a transgendered man.
Held: The . .
See AlsoGreenstein v Campaign v Antisemitism CA 9-Jul-2021
Failure to plead decisive malice allegation
Appeal by the claimant against an order following a judgment striking out particulars of malice pleaded in the amended reply, among other determinations. Judgment was then entered in favour of the Campaign Against Antisemitsm in respect of a claim . .

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Updated: 12 July 2021; Ref: scu.633455