According to GAR report, the tribunal ruled that the Broadsheet was entitled to damages in an amount to be determined. The Broadsheet is represented by Stuart Newberger of Crowell & Moring in Washington, DC.
The Broadsheet has submitted a forensic report by expert firm, Stroz Friedberg, analysing those parts of the JIT report that are public, while Pakistan has submitted a counter-report prepared by the FTI Consulting.
The claimant has also petitioned the Supreme Court to unseal volume 10 of the JIT report that could potentially serve as a basis for further damages claims. The apex court has scheduled a hearing on that plea on July 30.