To aggregate or not to aggregate, that is the question


By Media Team

Gemma Todd looks at the decision of the Court in Trinidad and Tobago on aggregation in defamation claims. Whilst not binding on English Courts, the case offers a look at an interesting topic and sets down principles  that may provide useful guidance in the future

If you are planning to write a series of articles about a particular topic that could contain potentially defamatory allegations, it is important to consider the meaning of the articles not just as individual pieces, but as a collective group
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