Commercial Litigation Defamation
If you believe that somebody has made statements about you that are untrue and which damage your reputation, you may be entitled to damages for defamation.
Defamatory statements can be made in writing (libel) or orally (slander).
Our solicitors have successfully brought claims against both national and regional newspapers and have obtained published apologies as well as damages for their clients.
- Michael Tuke v Derek Hood
- Success against JD Classics Ltd
- Ferrari 250 GTO
- Hrabalek v Hrabalek
- Peter Groh v Jim Stokes Workshops Ltd
- Clarification on the enforceability of verbal agreements
- Wilmots Litigation case clarifies law on number plate retention
- Wilmots Litigation succeed in McLaren F1 title dispute
- Taylor v Hamer – Court of Appeal
- Kennaway v Thompson & Another – Court Of Appeal
- Graham Charles Ashley-Carter v Hoffman & Mountford Ltd
- Abbahall Ltd v Smee – Court of Appeal
- Wilmots Litigation secures victory for David Piper
- Wilmots Litigation successfully defends Stanley Mann