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ISBN: 9781552212035-17

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Reference to the Plaintiff

From: Cyberlibel


Brief description of a UK case regarding the issue of whether words published on the Internet were capable of being understood to refer to the plaintiff.



David Potts

David Potts is a member of the Ontario bar and Counsel to Deacon, Spears, Fedson & Montizambert in Toronto. He has acted for both plaintiffs and defendants in libel actions including: major corporations, government, notable Canadian publications, as well as influential individuals and politicians. He is a frequent speaker on the subject of libel in Canada and abroad and is the co-author, with Julian Porter, of Canadian Libel Practice.