The claimant hypnotherapist said that the defendant had through its newspaper defamed him by accusing him of claiming a bogus PhD.
The Hon Mr Justice Eady
 EWHC 1996 (QB)
England and Wales
See Also – McKenna v MGN Ltd QBD 16-Jul-2007
Eady J considered the consequences in costs of a claimant’s assertion of malice in a failed defamation case: ‘There are numerous examples of libel actions in which the fact that malice has been pleaded causes delay and increased cost out of all . .
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Updated: 10 December 2021; Ref: scu.244010