Max Mosley’s application to the Court of Human Rights seeking a determination that there is an Article 8 right to be notified of privacy stories which they intend to publish remains in the news. Last week LSE academic Andrew Scott made available a paper challenging the intellectual basis of the application.
Mosley’s solicitors Collyer Bristow, have now issued a press release making available his response to the submissions of the United Kingdom Government and the Media Interveners in his application to the Court of Human Rights. The Mosley Final Submissions are here.
We have previously posted on the Media Application to Intervene, the submissions made by the Media and the submissions made by the applicant and the government.
For the convenience of our readers we have gathered all the available documents in one place as follows:
- The Court’s “Statements of Facts and Issues”
- Max Mosley’s Supplemental Statement
- The UK Government’s Observations on Admissibility and Merits
- The submissions of the Media Legal Defence Initiative
- The submissions of the Media Lawyer’s Association
- The submissions of Guardian News and Media
- The Final Submissions of Max Mosley