Reynolds defense, yet later acknowledges substantial differences between British and American law. So what looks like a claim that Ehrenfeld will get de facto American treatment in Britain is actually a call for American authors to submit to British law. Even the vaunted Reynolds defense—no true equivalent to American law—is under pressure...
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