Phone Hacking Trial: Coulson faced “two prosecution speeches” his lawyer complains – Martin Hickman

28 05 2014

Former News Of The World Editor Andy Coulson Faces Arrest As Part Of Phone Hacking InvestigationDay 110, Part 2:  Andy Coulson, former editor of the News of the World, has faced two prosecution speeches at the phone hacking trial: one from the prosecution and a second from ex-royal editor Clive Goodman, his lawyer complained today. Read the rest of this entry »





Phone Hacking Trial: Two prosecution witnesses “thoroughly tainted”, Andy Coulson’s lawyer tells jury – Martin Hickman

28 05 2014

_44343516_timothylangdale203Day 110, Part 1: Two key prosecution witnesses against former News of the World editor Andy Coulson are “thoroughly tainted”, his lawyer told the phone hacking trial today.

Timothy Langdale QC, attacked the credibility of ex-NoW reporters Clive Goodman and Dan Evans at the start of his two-day closing speech at the Old Bailey. Read the rest of this entry »





Judgment in Google Spain: How will Google respond? – Dan Tench

28 05 2014

dan_tench_thGoogle’s only public response so far to the judgment in Google Spain is to say that it is “disappointed” by the decision. It is reported that it is already being deluged with requests from individuals to bar access to personal information. Read the rest of this entry »





New Zealand Law Commission: Review of Contempt of Court

28 05 2014

NZ Contempt CoverThe New Zealand Law Commission has published an issues paper Contempt in Modern New Zealand (IP 36, 2014).  It is seeking feedback on a package of reforms which propose far-reaching changes to the law of contempt in New Zealand. Read the rest of this entry »