October 2012
International Law Update;Oct-Dec2012, Vol. 18, p99
The article discusses the Canada Supreme Court Case Black v. Breeden wherein plaintiff Lord Conrad Blackfiled for defamation against Richard Breeden. Black filed the case against Hollinger International Inc. in the Ontario Superior Court. The Canadian Supreme Court implemented its forum non conveniens doctrine for multi-jurisdictional defamation claim after the Illinois Supreme Court passed its judgment on the plaintiff's complaint which undermined the authority of the Canadian Law.


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