Meghan Markle Wants Ruling On Her Lawsuit Against British Tabloid Before Case Goes To Trial

Meghan Markle Wants Ruling On Her Lawsuit Against British Tabloid Before Case Goes To Trial
Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, is trying to get her lawsuit against the publisher of the MailOnline and Mail on Sunday thrown out of court before the case proceeds to a blockbuster trial in the fall.

Markle is suing Associated Newspapers for breach of copyright after the Mail on Sunday and MailOnline published a private letter to her father Thomas Markle in February 2019. During a two-day High Court hearing in London, her attorneys are making representations for a summary judgment, meaning all or some of the case would be resolved before a full trial.

According to reports on today’s proceedings, lawyers for the duchess have argued that there is “no real prospect” of Associated Newspapers winning the case. “At its heart, it’s a very straightforward case about the unlawful publication of a private letter,” her lawyer Justin Rushbrooke argued, according to Sky News.

Associated Newspapers lawyers said
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