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Protecting individuals’ rights versus the press: the Leveson debate

United Kingdom - May 23 2018 In the last few weeks it’s been hard to miss the news about the long-standing debate in Parliament over whether or not the second part of the…

Keeping out of serious harm’s way: Court of Appeal clarifies test under s1(1) Defamation Act 2013

United Kingdom - September 20 2017 The much anticipated appeal in Lachaux v Independent Print Ltd has been handed down by the Court of Appeal. Claimant individuals will be…

Sarah McAtominey, Andrew Street.

Privacy Injunctions in the internet age: The Supreme Court judgment in PJS

United Kingdom - May 31 2016 It is not often that the outcome of a Supreme Court appeal makes the front pages of English newspapers, but that is precisely what happened with the…

Andrew Street.

Navigating Volkswagen through the smog: a legal risk analysis

European Union, United Kingdom - September 28 2015 Volkswagen recently admitted using software in the US to "fool" emission tests and thereby give a better test result than is justified. Five days…

Georgia Henderson-Cleland, Rebecca Wardle.

How could the 2015 election affect the way sport is run?

United Kingdom - May 7 2015 As both the election campaign and another football season draws to what promises to be an exciting climax, how would the "beautiful game" be affected…

Simon Leaf, Marcus Pearl.