chapter  2
It is difficult to establish liability in respect of uncritical publications which do actual damage, even if they are made negligently, but very easy to establish liability in respect of publications which do no obvious damage but whose truth cannot be established in a court of law. Is this logical?
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Hedley Byrne and Co v Heller and Partners Ltd [1964] AC 465 House of Lords

(See p 470.)

Marc Rich and Co v Bishop Rock Marine Co Ltd [1996] 1 AC 211 House of Lords

(Seep 711.)

Goodwill v British Pregnancy Advisory Service [1996] 1 WLR 1397 Court of Appeal

(See p 722.)