Monthly Archives: March 2011

ICorrect: A form of alternative dispute resolution?

I’m very curious about new site ICorrect, which I first read about in the Evening Standard on Friday: Kate Moss alert. The supermodel has broken cover to post a statement on, Sir David Tang’s new website for high- profile … Continue reading

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Upcoming event: Defamation & Privacy conference, 15 March 2011

Meeja Law is supporting IBC Legal’s 18th annual Defamation & Privacy conference, which is coming up next week: 15th March 2011 Holiday Inn Bloomsbury, London It is, IBC says, for media lawyers “who need to be on top of recent developments … Continue reading

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Midweek media law mop-up: Parliamentary privilege; police leaks; and poppies

Merry midweek, well, practically end-of-week, to all. Superinjunctions should lead since one was exposed in Parliament earlier today… Media Guardian>>Fred Goodwin gets superinjunction to stop him being called a banker Or as the Press Association’s Media Lawyer reported: “Sir Fred … Continue reading

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Midweek media law mop up: Julian Assange (TM); internet contempt; and libel tourism

Champing at the bit to round up this week’s British media law news, because there’s been so much of interest. Since I missed last week’s missive, I’ve added a few older ones too. First up, libel. A number of cases … Continue reading

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