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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

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

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

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