Daily Mail Pays Out in Defamation Lawsuit Over JWT Coverage

Newspaper apologizes for 'distress' caused in settlement

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British Newspaper the Daily Mail has paid “substantial damages” and issued an apology to Wunderman Thompson global creative director Jo Wallace following its coverage of a discrimination lawsuit brought against the business under its former title JWT.

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