News: Leveson Inquiry sittings: the last day of Part One

25 07 2012

leveson.jpgThe Leveson Inquiry has had its final hearing in its inquiry into “the culture, practices, and ethics of the press”.   The first hearing was on 6 September 2011 and the Inquiry has has received evidence in 26 weeks of sittings.    Lord Justice Leveson now has the summer to write his report on Part 1 of his inquiry. Read the rest of this entry »





Contempt: Is online publication continuous? – Mike Dodd

25 07 2012

The issue of when something is “published” on the internet is at the centre of Mr Justice Fulford’s decision that two articles giving details of previous allegations against PC Simon Harwood were a breach of the strict liability rule. Read the rest of this entry »