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The effect of contractual non-reliance provisions in claims brought against financial institutions

This article examines the latest approach of the courts to "non-reliance clauses", which are often invoked by financial institutions in order to restrict their liability for misrepresentation.

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BBC Panorama

Carter-Ruck advised an LSE student who participated in a visit to North Korea, which found itself at the centre of a much-publicised row between the LSE and the BBC.

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BBC World News

Carter-Ruck Partner Isabel Martorell was interviewed by Zeinab Badawi on BBC World News Today, discussing the privacy proceedings brought in France following the taking of paparazzi photographs of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge while on holiday there last year.

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Fresh Consulting and Support Limited – Libel success against London Borough of Hillingdon

Fresh Consulting and Support Limited, a company which provides computer services and products to schools and businesses, has succeeded in its libel complaint against the London Borough of Hillingdon.

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CJC Working Group report published

The Working Group commissioned by the Civil Justice Council (of which Alasdair Pepper was a member) has now published its final report.

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Sarah Hermitage

The Court of Appeal has refused Tanzanian businessman Reginald Mengi permission to appeal Mr Justice Bean’s dismissal of his libel claim against Sarah Hermitage. Lord Justice Maurice Kay concluded that Mr Justice Bean had “disbelieved and rejected” the evidence adduced by Mr Mengi.

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BT

Carter-Ruck is pleased to announce that it has been appointed to BT’s network of external advisers.

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Sir Benjamin Slade - libel success against local Council

Sir Benjamin Slade has received a full apology over false allegations which were published on the website of Sedgemoor District Council concerning an application to hold a festival on Sir Benjamin’s land at Maunsel House in Somerset, which is a venue for weddings and festivals.

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British claimant in libel success against French newspaper

Nicola Takieddine has received an apology and a sum in damages from the French language daily newspaper, Libération.

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Hedge fund founder secures privacy injunction and £50,000 in damages

Elena Ambrosiadou, founder and CEO of the IKOS hedge fund, has succeeded in her privacy claim against her estranged husband Martin Coward.

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Partner Andrew Stephenson comments on access to justice in libel cases

In a Times article by Alex Wade "Will costs reforms end access to justice for those without means?" (17 January 2013) Andrew Stephenson explains how new legislation may mean that defendants such as Sarah Hermitage will not be able to get the legal representation their cases deserve and need.

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John Yates in libel victory against Met Police Commissioner

Former Assistant Metropolitan Police Commissioner John Yates has succeeded in his libel complaint against Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe.

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News of the World phone hacking success

Carter-Ruck has successfully settled claims on behalf of victims of News of the World phone hacking, with each client obtaining a substantial sum in damages.

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Adam Ingram

The Sunday Times has reported the settlement of a libel action brought by Adam Ingram, the former Labour MP and Minister of State.

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Sally Bercow defends libel claim

Carter-Ruck is representing Sally Bercow, the wife of the Speaker of the House of Commons, in libel proceedings brought by Lord McAlpine of West Green.

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