O’Brien v Eason: 1913

(Ireland) Where comments of an alleged defamatory character were made upon an association called the Ancient Order of Hibernians, an individual member of the Order, who was not named nor in any way referred to, could not maintain an action of libel.


Holmes LJ and Cherry LJ


[1913] 47 Irish LT 266

Defamation, Ireland

Updated: 04 May 2022; Ref: scu.463692