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Super injunction space invaders

Matt Buck on the law, court injunctions and social media…

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Super injunctions: the documents

Download Lord Neuberger’s super injunction committee report and a transcript of press conference proceedings at this link, or read the embedded documents below*. An updated history of super injunctions, with definitions, can be found on this page: https://meejalaw.com/super-injunctions/ *Readers by … Continue reading

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End of week media law mop up: Ian Tomlinson inquest; super injunction rumours; and Cameron defence of PCC

Since we missed last week’s round up, here’s a bumper crop with stories from the previous fortnight. Super injunctions are still on everyone’s lips, following a claim in Parliament that a serving MP may have sought one too; whether it’s … Continue reading

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The marred privacy injunction

It was no legal secret that BBC presenter and former political correspondent Andrew Marr had secured an injunction in early 2008, preventing newspapers from reporting details about his private life. But this week was the first time the private information … Continue reading

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Privacy injunction hearings: not 'super' but anonymous

This week I helped the Inforrm blog put together a list of privacy injunction hearings, to contribute to the debate about super and anonymous injunctions. Versions of the post have appeared on the BBC College of Journalism and the Italian-English … Continue reading

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Midweek media law mop up: Mooting, souped up injunctions and CFA reform

This week’s mop up comes in a snatched break at the The Monroe E. Price International Media Law Moot Court Competition in Oxford organised by the Programme in Comparative Media Law & Policy. There are 27 international teams of law … Continue reading

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End of week media law mop-up: Free expression awards, hyper injunctions & digital open justice

A busy few days has condensed / delayed this week’s round up but here’s a quick summary of the must read media law news … Defamation Press Gazette>>MPs: Libel reform needs to stop companies suing Inforrm>>Opinion: “Defamation: clarification or negotiation?” … Continue reading

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Guardian's editorial legal director on how the injunction became 'super'

One of the highlights for me at Tuesday’s Defamation & Privacy conference was a speedy history of super injunctions by Gillian Phillips, director of editorial legal services for the Guardian. It built on a presentation by One Brick Court’s Manuel … Continue reading

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Courts exhausting the alphabet?

There’s an entertaining piece by Lewis Silkin LLP’s head of defamation, Rod Dadak, available on PA Media Lawyer this week (sadly, subscription only). He takes a look at the balancing exercise between competing rights of the parties involved in the … Continue reading

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Mid-week media law mop up: XX, YY & ZZ; FoI vs Wikileaking and Crime Maps

A mid-week round up of UK media law news and comment. Not exhaustive, of course. Apologies for its brevity. Lengthier comment next week! Libel Inforrm>>Case Law: Farrall v Kordowski – assessment of libel damages http://bit.ly/h1OdcC LSE MediaPal>>’Ordinary person’ vs ‘the … Continue reading

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