COURT TO HEAR MEGHAN’S PRIVACY CASE AGAINST NEWSPAPER

Written by on January 19, 2021

MEGHAN MARKLE’S HIGH-PROFILE LAWSUIT AGAINST A BRITISH NEWSPAPER GROUP FOR PRIVACY AND COPYRIGHT BREACHES RETURNS TO COURT IN LONDON ON TUESDAY, WITH THE DUCHESS POTENTIALLY DAYS AWAY FROM WINNING THE CASE.

MEGHAN, WHO WITH HER HUSBAND PRINCE HARRY IS WAGING AN INCREASINGLY PUBLIC WAR WITH SOME MEDIA OUTLETS, IS SUING THE PUBLISHERS OF THE MAIL ON SUNDAY, DAILY MAIL AND MAILONLINE.

THE AMERICAN FORMER TELEVISION ACTRESS CLAIMS ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS BREACHED HER PRIVACY, HER DATA PROTECTION RIGHTS AND COPYRIGHT BY PUBLISHING EXTRACTS OF CORRESPONDENCE WITH HER ESTRANGED FATHER, THOMAS, BEFORE SHE MARRIED HARRY.

JUDGE MARK WARBY APPROVED AN EARLIER APPLICATION BY THE DUCHESS FOR THE TRIAL TO BE POSTPONED. HER LEGAL TEAM INSTEAD ASKED FOR A JUDGMENT TO BE MADE WITHOUT THE NEED FOR A FULL TRIAL.


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