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14th January, 2020
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The Supreme Court court is due to rule on a challenge to the Court of Appeal’s decision to uphold the awarding of €310,000 in damages to Brian Nolan, the former Kildare GAA footballer

The Supreme Court is expected to rule on a Sunday World article in what could be a landmark decision on defamation and privacy cases against the media. Before Christmas, the court heard a challenge to the Court of Appeal’s decision to uphold the awarding of €310,000 in damages to Brian Nolan, the former Kildare GAA footballer. The newspaper incorrectly reported that he had organised swingers’ parties, the Court of Appeal ruled.

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