A pleading of malice requires a high degree of particularity, and the matters pleaded must be more consistent with the presence of malice than its absence
 EWHC 585 (QB)
England and Wales
See Also – Thompson v James and Another (1) QBD 15-Mar-2013
Cited – Greenstein v Campaign v Antisemitism CA 9-Jul-2021
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: 11 July 2021; Ref: scu.471775