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Impress libel payout in Rice versus Byline leaves neither side happy and shows danger of arbitration

From Press Gazette
Posted 14 July 2017, 9.19am edt

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The first libel arbitration settlement brokered by press regulator Impress has left neither side happy and set a precedent which may alarm other publishers. At one level, Byline Media can count itself lucky that the claim from freelance journalist De...


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