News: UK Supreme Court holds that CFA regime is compatible with Human Rights Convention

22 07 2015

uksccrest2_400x400The UK Supreme Court today handed down judgment in the case of Coventry v Lawrence ([2015] UKSC 50) [pdf]. By a majority of 5:2 the Court held that the conditional fee and after the event insurance regime brought in by the Access to Justice Act 1999 (“the AJA regime”) was compatible with the European Convention on Human Rights. Read the rest of this entry »





Event Report: SCL Seminar on Data Privacy and Online Journalism – Emma Cross

22 07 2015

society_for_computers_and_the_lawOn Wednesday 8 July 2015, data protection practitioners gathered at a seminar organised by the Society for Computers and the Law (“SCL”) to discuss some of the important issues arising from the CJEU decision in Costeja v Google with leading experts in this area, including Anya Proops of 11 KBW, Ashley Hurst and Dan Tench of Olswang and Jan Clements of the Guardian. Read the rest of this entry »