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A High Court ruling ordering that £25,000 in libel damages be paid to a law firm that was defamed on Trustpilot, a customer review website, has prompted action from regulators. The Solicitors Regulation Authority has signed up 20 brave guinea pig law firms for a six-month experiment to assess reactions when they “put themselves out there” on comparison sites and “engage with reviews”.

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