malicious falsehood


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malicious falsehood

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Any suggestion to the contrary, is a malicious falsehood.
He claimed he was the victim of malicious falsehood and negligent misstatement after being forced to resign from the Policing Board.
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.
To re-publish false and inaccurate information now that you are aware of the true facts would constitute a malicious falsehood under the laws of defamation.
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 greatest demand we have seen this year has been in supply chain disputes; termination or re-negotiation of onerous and unprofitable contracts; defamation and malicious falsehood claims as rival businesses try to secure any kind of competitive advantage they can; breach of confidence claims against departing employees taking prized customer lists with them; and clearly there have been retail banking issues, which have led to a rise in banking litigation.
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.
Tony Kennedy had his claim for pounds 5,000 damages for malicious falsehood against Coun Martin Mullaney thrown out after a three-day hearing in the city's Small Claims Court.
The solicitor in turn, on learning of the complaint, sues his clients for libel and malicious falsehood, and wins - thanks to a High Court jury which decides the letter was defamatory and the client had written it out of malice.