malicious falsehood


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malicious falsehood

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During his 40 years in prison Hardy wrote letters to the authorities suggesting that his brother Colin had killed Dorothy - a malicious falsehood.
The firm is continuing to advise a city council on a major historic inquest and acts for a company fronted by a prominent sports personality on privacy issues, sponsorship agreements, and passing-off and malicious falsehood claims.
A couple say they removed their review because: "We were then sent a letter before action by High Rocks' solicitors threatening to bring proceedings against us for malicious falsehood.
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They address copyright, trademarks, design rights, and passing off; legal and self-regulatory frameworks, including consumer protection, privacy, and data protection; issues related to celebrities in advertising, children and advertising, comparative advertising, defamation and malicious falsehood, the internet, lotteries and prize promotions, music in advertising, price claims and indications, sponsorship and major events, and the use of common, everyday items in ads; industry issues for alcohol, food, gambling, political advertising, and smoking and vaping; and client/agency contracts, pitching, and the production of commercials.
It is worn as a badge of weary honour that the perception of United fans as a demanding and suffocating bunch is a malicious falsehood trotted out by the likes of Graeme Souness and Alan Pardew - men who were not good enough to do the job that they brand a 'Mission: Impossible'.
Any suggestion to the contrary, is a malicious falsehood.
Papudesu filed suit against his insurance carrier, alleging, inter alia, breach of contract negligence, bad faith, breach of fiduciary obligation, civil conspiracy, tortious interference with his business, relationship, abuse of process, and malicious falsehood and commercial libel.
In addition, the Grand National-winning owner is seeking damages for defamation, malicious falsehood, fraudulent misrepresentation, negligence and breaches of his constitutional rights.
Paul has nearly 30 years experience dealing with commercial litigation and civil disputes including cases involving trade libel & malicious falsehood, sports disciplinary, partnership disputes, company law (including warranty disputes and shareholder claims), contract disputes, health sector issues, debt recovery and various regulatory matters including defended health and safety and environmental prosecutions.
The pair were relieved of their duties at last month's EGM despite taking legal action in the Republic of Ireland, where the company is based, initially claiming their dismissals in January were invalid and subsequently seeking damages relating to breach of contract and malicious falsehood.