Benjamin Pell’s Media and Law Quiz of the Year – 2014: The Answers and Result

6 02 2015

2014 quizOn  30 December 2014, we published the fourth “Inforrm” Media Law Quiz – set by the winner of the 2010 and 2011 quizes and the 2012 quiz master,  Benjamin Pell.  Once again, the Quizmaster’s fearsome reputation meant that not many of our readers and contributors had the courage to submit entries. Read the rest of this entry »

Media and Law Review of the Year, 2014: Part 1: The Cases – defamation, privacy and Google

29 12 2014

year-in-review-2014-image The last year was, again, a relatively quiet one in the English media law courts, with the predicted flood of litigation seeking to work out the meaning of the newly in force Defamation Act 2013 failing to materialise and privacy activity continuing at a relatively low level. Read the rest of this entry »

Inforrm is taking a winter break

22 12 2014

winterbreak650_332The legal term in England and Wales ended on Friday 19 December 2014 and the civil courts will not re-open until Monday 12 January 2015.  The Inforrm blog is taking a winter break again this year to allow our editorial team to relax. Read the rest of this entry »

Internet legal developments to look out for in 2014 – Graham Smith

10 01 2014

CyberleagleLast year was a busy year for cyberlaw. But what does 2014 hold? Graham Smith of the Cyberleagle blog looks at legal developments in which are presently in the UK and EU pipeline and will take effect in 2014. Read the rest of this entry »