Case Law, OPO v Rhodes, The interim injunction, “in no uncertain terms” – Anna Caddick

3 06 2015

annacaddick_avatar_1421431367It is perhaps unusual for the Supreme Court to be in a position to provide guidance on the appropriate terms of an interim injunction, but in an exceptionally useful and interesting judgment handed down recently in OPO v Rhodes ([2015] UKSC 32) the Supreme Court did exactly that. 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 »





News: Artist in banned memoir case applies for permission to appeal to Supreme Court

12 11 2014

AnonymousBindmans LLP have announced that an application for permission to appeal has been lodged with the Supreme Court by MLA, the performing artist whose autobiography has been injuncted worldwide following a widely criticised decision by the Court of Appeal. Read the rest of this entry »