Need to sue for libel? Head to England!
For libel cases in the United Kingdom, the burden of proof is on the defendant, meaning that the defendant must prove why their work is not libel. Consequentially, this New York Times article discusses how the UK is becoming a destination for "Libel without borders", where foreigners are bringing libel cases against other foreigners.
What do you think constitutes libel? Do you think libel cases should be restricted by nationality or by country borders? Want to read more? Check out Mclibel : burger culture on trial about a libel case against McDonalds in Great Britain.