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Lords to address costs reforms and access to justice during passage of Defamation Bill

Posted on 29 October 2012 by Claire Gill

During the second reading of the Defamation Bill in the House of Lords on 9 October, the Minister of State Lord McNally confirmed his commitment, given to Lord Martin and Lord Prescott during the passage of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 ( LASPO), to look at the rules on costs protection in defamation and privacy cases in preparation for when the defamation reforms come into effect.

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Lords to address concerns about costs reforms and access to justice during passage of Defamation Bil

Posted on 29 October 2012 by Claire Gill

Lords to address concerns about costs reforms and access to justice during passage of Defamation Bill

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Potential phone hacking claims against The Mirror

Posted on 26 October 2012 by Carter-Ruck

It emerged earlier this week that four civil claims have been filed at the High Court against Mirror Group Newspapers, publisher of the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and The People, in relation to alleged phone hacking.

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“Tabloid Tales”

Posted on 09 October 2012 by Isabel Martorell

Partner Isabel Martorell comments in the Lawyer Magazine about the future for the press, post the Leveson Inquiry

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Sheikh Yassin Abdullah Kadi de-listed by UN Sanctions Committee

Posted on 08 October 2012 by Guy Martin

With the UN’s delisting in October 2012 of Sheikh Yassin Abdullah Kadi, Carter-Ruck’s International Law team continues to build on its reputation as one of the leading practices in the field of international asset freezing measures, or “targeted sanctions”.

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