English defamation law has become more protective since the Defamation Act 2013.
Now Scots law is preparing for reform. Will it go in the same direction and if so, what will that mean?
In the meantime, English claimants are turning to privacy-based causes of action against the media and damages are rising. How does Article 8 protect reputation and how does Article 10 fare against it?
In the febrile landscape of media flux, law reform and public figures under pressure, what will the next big Scottish media case look like?