United States defamation law has made it famously difficult for claimants to win their cases. However, Supreme Court justices Neil Gorsuch and Clarence Thomas filed dissents in the case of Berisha v Lawson in July suggesting that a core precedent behind this difficulty is ripe for reconsideration.  Georgia Scarr examines the United States defamation law’s actual malice requirement for Inforrm’s Blog.


  • Read the Inforrm’s Blog post here.

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