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News: Trade Union refused injunction requiring Reel News to take down video alleging sexual harassment of former employee

Court rejects TSSA injunction request over sexual harassment allegations – SKWAWKBOXOn 11 May 2022 Lane J dismissed an application for an interim injunction against Reel News, a London based activist video collective using film to help bring about social change, and journalist Shaun Dey, requiring them  to take down a video in which a former employee, Claire Laycock, made serious allegations of sexual harassment at the Transport and Salaried Staffs Association (“TSSA”)

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Case Comment: Advertising Standards Authority v Mitchell, the Perils of the Misdirected Email – Oscar Davies

The case of Advertising Standards Authority v Mitchell ([2019] EWHC 1469 (QB)) deals with the problem of a misdirected email.  We have all sent an email to the wrong person, realising only moments after sending it.  Warby J considers the perils of such a situation, and how the court may step in if the receiving party refuses to undertake not to use the information. Continue reading

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