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Sir Elton John loses anonymity: reporting restrictions in the Employment Tribunal
  • Farrer & Co LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • July 26 2016

On 17 July 2016 another injunction hit the headlines, with The Sun on Sunday trumpeting that it had "won" a legal fight against Sir Elton John. The

Decline of the English Sex Scandal - why you can never get a good sex scandal these days (with apologies to George Orwell)
  • Kingsley Napley
  • United Kingdom
  • July 14 2016

It is a Sunday afternoon - preferably before an episode of Robot Wars. The dogs are already asleep in the armchair and the children are playing Mine

Will the new arbitration process, IPSO facto, promote voluntary press regulation?
  • Taylor Wessing
  • United Kingdom
  • July 8 2016

Set up in the aftermath of the Leveson Inquiry, the Independent Press Standards Organisation now has responsibility for ensuring that over 1500 print

Court of Appeal injuncts revelation of celebrity's extramarital threesome
  • RPC
  • United Kingdom
  • March 23 2016

The Court of Appeal has granted a privacy injunction (its first since 2011) to prevent the Sun on Sunday revealing details of a well-known

Court clerk faces first prosecution under Bribery Act
  • CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • September 7 2011

A court clerk from East London is the first person to be charged under the new anti-bribery legislation

A “tenuous claim to privacy”: Hutcheson v News Group
  • RPC
  • United Kingdom
  • July 23 2011

Can you expect to keep a second family private?

Employment law implications for former News of the World employees
  • Pitmans Law
  • United Kingdom
  • July 20 2011

Whilst revelations of the alleged scandalous behaviour at the News of the World are sure to rumble on for some time yet, the jilted journalists and other former employees of the newspaper will no doubt be keen to put the public relations disaster behind them and look to rebuild their careers

Bono’s back injury is underwriters’ $18 million pain
  • Locke Lord LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • August 2 2010

Britain’s The Sun reports that Robertson Taylor music industry broker for Lloyd’s of London is reportedly handling a claim of approximately $18 million for the now infamous back injury incurred by U2’s front man Bono during U.S. tour rehearsals

The “Part 36” gamble
  • Cobbetts LLP
  • United Kingdom
  • May 21 2007

Defendants to litigation have historically been able to make a payment into court, in order to pressure the claimant to settle known as a Part 36 payment

Valerie Allan
  • CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP