News: Daily Mail loses Human Rights Act challenge to CFA success fees and insurance premiums

5 02 2016

Daily_Mail_clock,_closeupIn a judgment delivered at the High Court today in the case of Miller v Associated Newspapers, Mr Justice Mitting rejected a Human Rights Act challenge to recoverable success fees and ATE insurance premiums brought by the Daily Mail.  However, he granted a certificate for a “leapfrog” appeal direct to the Supreme Court.  Read the rest of this entry »





No Employer Right to Snoop But What Of Employee Rights at Work? – Paul Wragg

5 02 2016

Privacy KeyboardThe decision in Barbulescu v Romania, in the European Court of Human Rights (“ECtHR”), has attracted much press interest.  It has been widely reported as granting employers a right to snoop on their employee’s online life.  Let us ignore the actual facts for a moment (as most newspapers have done). Read the rest of this entry »