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Useless Questions And The Woes Of A Columnist

Freedom to live as one chooses is one of the most valuable freedoms, but so is the freedom to criticise. — Justice Tugendhat, a British Judge When I was growing up and started writing articles for the GHANAIAN TIMES many years back, one ... Daily Guide Ghana, 5 days ago
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Google in "Last Ditch Effort" to Thwart Privacy Test Case at Court of Appeal

Google returns to the English High Court on Monday in a last ditch effort to prevent British consumers from having the right to sue it in the UK. Consumers filed an action against Google in June 2013, claiming that Google ignored their wishes, ...
 Ulitzer5 days ago Google in 'Last Ditch Effort' to Thwart Privacy Test Case at Court of Appeal  TMC Net5 days ago
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Summit: client communications routinely intercepted

Interception of privileged communications between lawyers and their clients has become routine, the head of an international firm told the summit. In a panel discussion on privacy,Colin Passmore (pictured), senior partner at international firm ...
 Law Society Gazette6 days ago

Finely balanced

In two recent speeches, Lord Neuberger (the President of the Supreme Court) remarked that astonishing developments in IT—the speed of global communications and the ease with which words can be secretly recorded and doctored—may make it ...
 New Law Journal1 week ago

Courts should normally make anonymity orders to protect children in PI settlements

Moore-Bick LJ: Courts dealing with essentially private business Courts should normally make anonymity orders to protect children involved in personal injury settlements without the need for formal applications, appeal judges have ruled. Lord ...
 Litigation Futures1 week ago
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Libel lawyers Carter-Ruck on why sorry shouldn't be the hardest word for editors

The non-denial denial has long been famous as a cringingly bad attempt to avoid blame (or telling the truth), where over-qualification either weakens the denial, or kills it completely. I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky, ...
 Press Gazette2 weeks ago
Press Gazette

JK Rowling lawyer accuses Daily Mail of 'nit picking' in dispute over wording of statement in open court

The Daily Mail has challenged a High Court ruling that allowed author J K Rowling (pictured, Reuters) to read a unilateral statement in open court as part of the settlement of a libel claim. Associated Newspapers does not dispute that Rowling is ...
 Press Gazette1 month ago Court ruling on JK Rowling challenged  Breaking News.ie1 month ago

Sunday Times failure to remove police corruption story from site for two years costs it £60k damages plus costs, Appeal Court rules

The Court of Appeal has rejected a bid by The Sunday Times to overturn an award of £60,000 in damages given to a police officer it said was investigated over corruption. The case concerned an article which appeared in the Sunday Times, and ...
 Press Gazette2 months ago Times failure to remove police corruption story from site for two years costs it £60k damages plus costs, Appeal Court rules  Press Gazette2 months ago
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