Coolmore Stud’s solicitors poised to move on book action
Author of The Dark Horse Inside Coolmore denies any defamation
Solicitors for Coolmore Stud plan on writing to more than 20 booksellers next week, alerting them to a High Court judgment that refused a former employee injunctions preventing its lawyers from warning bookshops against selling a book about the firm.
William Jones, author of The Dark Horse Inside Coolmore, denies any defamation despite evidence from Coolmore and others who have worked for it during the case that the book is untrue and inaccurate.
In her judgment,...
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