libel per quod
- A type of libel that can only be pursued legally if the complainant presents extra evidence to prove that they have been defamed or declares specific damages they've suffered
- The publication was accused of libel per quod for insinuating the CEO's fraudulent behavior, causing her to suffer considerable financial losses.
- The lawyer presented enough evidence to prove the libel per quod, thereby damaging the reputation of his client.
- Due to libel per quod, the company faced legal action as they couldn't prove the alleged facts about their competitor.