May 2, 2008
"Sex Pest" Story Costs London Standard Nearly Six Hundred Thousand Pounds
The London Standard's story labelling an Air India executive a "sex pest" will cost it 85,000 pounds in damages and about half a million pounds in legal fees, after a jury decided that the paper failed to prove that its story was substantially true. The judge in the case did allow the paper time to appeal. Read more here.
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