JUDGMENT IN DOUGLAS & ZETA-JONES CASE

Last Friday, Mr Justice Lindsay delivered his verdict in the quantum of damages section of the action brought by Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones and OK! Magazine against Hello! Magazine, following the latter magazine’s publication of unauthorised photographs of the Douglases’ wedding. The judge awarded the claimants a total of £1,033,156 collectively: £14,600 for the Douglases and £1,033,156 for OK! The IPKat will bring you more detailed analysis imminently.

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