The Inforrm winter break ends today, which is the first day of the Hilary Legal Term. This term will end on Wednesday 28 March 2018. The highlights include a 4 week phone hacking trial and two “right to be forgotten” trials involving Google.
We are aware of the following media law cases listed for the Hilary Term. Please let us know if any of the information below is inaccurate or if we have omitted any relevant cases:
Various Claimants v News Group Newspapers, 18 January 2108, listed for 4 weeks before Mann J
Homer v Hollingworth 5 February 2018, listed for 2 days
AXB v BXA , 12 February 2018, listed for 4 days
National Guild of Removers & Storers Ltd v Finch , 19 February 2018, listed for 5 days
NT1 v Google Inc 26 February 2018, listed for 7 days
Candy v Holyoake & anr 7 March 2018, listed for 3-4 days
NT2 v Google Inc , 12 March 2018, listed for 4 days
We are aware of one case listed in the Court of Appeal this term
There are 7 media law cases awaiting Court of Appeal decisions on permission to appeal
Monroe v Hopkins (referred to a judge 9 May 2017) The Grounds of Appeal are here [pdf] and Skeleton Argument in support of Permission to Appeal here [pdf]. [Update]: The application for permission to appeal was refused on 5 January 2018. The 3 pages of reasons of Sharp LJ can be found here.
Guise v Shah (referred to a judge, 27 October 2017). The appellant’s Skeleton can be found here [pdf]. [Update] The application for permission to appeal in this case was refused on 9 January 2018. The reasons of Sharp LJ can be found here.
Lisle-Mainwaring v Associated Newspapers (referred to a judge, 27 October 2017) [pdf]