News: SFO injunction against the Wall Street Journal not renewed

21 10 2013

SFOOn Saturday we had a post about an injunction granted by Mr Justice Cooke against the Wall Street Journal.  The injunction [pdf] was made on an interim basis until the hearing on the Southwark Crown Court today.   At that hearing Mr Justice Cooke refused to renew the injunction which has, therefore, now lapsed. Read the rest of this entry »





The Sun’s Poll about Press Regulation in Context – Media Standards Trust

21 10 2013

the-sun-poll-200x150On Wednesday The Sun published the results of a YouGov poll about press regulation. The newspaper claims [£] that their poll shows that the public has “deep reservations about politicians’ ‘Ministry of Truth’ plans for Press regulation.” Read the rest of this entry »





News: Inforrm congratulates contributors Eloise le Santo and Gervase de Wilde

21 10 2013

Eloise GervaseInforrm would like to congratulate two of its regular contributors, Eloise le Santo and Gervase de Wilde on being taken on as “tenants” after completing their training as barristers.  Eloise has joined Matrix and Gervase has joined 5RB. Read the rest of this entry »





Law and Media Round Up – 21 October 2013 [Updated2]

21 10 2013

Media and Law Round Up 2This week we have what, to many readers, may be welcome rest from Leveson and Royal Charters. The biggest legal media story of the week was, slightly unusually, two High Court judgments. Both concerned libel actions brought by foreign residents. Read the rest of this entry »