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Carter-Ruck named 2017 Media Law Firm of the Year (England) in Corporate INTL Magazine Global Awards

Carter-Ruck has been named 2017 Media Law Firm of the Year (England) in the Corporate INTL Magazine Global Awards. Senior Partner Cameron Doley was also named Public International Law Lawyer of the Year

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Carter-Ruck named 2017 Media Law Firm of the Year (England) in Corporate INTL Magazine Global Awards

Carter-Ruck has been named 2017 Media Law Firm of the Year (England) in the Corporate INTL Magazine Global Awards.

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Cameron Doley has been named 2017 Public International Law Lawyer of the year

Cameron Doley has been named 2017 Public International Law Lawyer of the year (England) in the Corporate INTL Magazine Global Awards.

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BBC broadcasts full apology and pays substantial libel damages to Chowdhury Mueen-Uddin

The BBC has apologised and paid very substantial libel damages to Chowdhury Mueen-Uddin (one of the founding members of the Muslim Council of Britain and a past Chairman of the charity Muslim Aid) over false allegations that Mr Mueen-Uddin had advocated the lynching of Salman Rushdie during the infamous “Satanic Verses” affair.

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Law Society Gazette – “Lawyer in the News”

Carter-Ruck Partner Adam Tudor has been featured in the Law Society Gazette over the firm’s representation of the Mahmood family in their complaints against the Mail and Katie Hopkins.

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Katie Hopkins and Mail apologise and Mail pays £150,000 to Mahmood family over “Disneyland” libels

MailOnline and its columnist Katie Hopkins have today published a full apology to the Mahmood family and the Mail has paid £150,000 in libel damages, as well as agreeing to pay their legal costs.  Ms Hopkins has also apologised on Twitter to her 650,000 followers. 

The complaint related to two articles written by Ms Hopkins and published by MailOnline in December 2015,  following the refusal by the US authorities  to allow a number of members of the Mahmood family, who are Muslims, to board a flight for the USA. The family were going on holiday and had planned a trip to Disneyland.

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Jang group Chief Executive awarded £185,000 in libel damages following High Court trial

Mir Shakil-ur-Rahman, the Group Chief Executive and Editor in Chief of the Jang group of companies, the largest media group in Pakistan, has been awarded £185,000 in libel damages by London’s High Court in respect of 24 libellous programmes broadcast by the Defendants, rival media company ARY Network Limited and its COO, Fayaz Ghafoor.

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Sunday Telegraph apologises and pays substantial libel damages over false extremism allegations

Ifhat Smith, a mother who brought to public attention her son’s treatment at school under the government’s "Prevent" (counter-terrorism) policy, has secured substantial damages, an apology and her legal costs from the Sunday Telegraph.

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Business and human rights: The UN’s principles and OECD guidelines

Miranda Rushton, Senior Associate, has written an article for the Solicitors Journal on why businesses should put measures in place to ensure that they adhere to human rights standards.

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Settlement in “Heir Hunters” libel case

Philip Turvey, a joint Director of leading genealogical research company, Anglia Research Services Limited, has settled his libel claim against Finders Genealogists Limited (which operates as Finders International), and its Managing Director Daniel Curran.

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Dame Lowell Goddard

Carter-Ruck has released the following Press Release on behalf of Dame Lowell Goddard, in response to allegations published in the Times newspaper on 14 October 2016. 

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Leading Sikh Gurdwara President in £160,000 libel success

Gurmail Singh Malhi, President of London’s largest Sikh Gurdwara, has received £160,000 in damages and costs together with an apology from the publisher and Editors of Des Pardes Weekly over publication of false child abuse allegations.

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Economou v De Freitas: Further guidance on the statutory defence of public interest

In what was the first full trial of the statutory defence of public interest introduced by the Defamation Act 2013, Mr Justice Warby in Economou v De Freitas shed light on the extent to which it reflects the old, common law defence.

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Simpson v MGN: Isolating the defamatory sting

A recent decision by the Court of Appeal threatens to roll back progress towards the faster resolution of disputes by way of preliminary hearings. Since the coming into force of the Defamation Act 2013, and with it the effective abolition of jury trials, Judges now have more scope to make early decisions on issues such as meaning.

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Carter-Ruck clients secure injunction against Times in Candy Brothers litigation

After an application brought on their behalf by Carter-Ruck, the High Court has granted Mark Holyoake and Hotblack Holdings Limited an interim injunction. The injunction restrains the publication of information derived from various documents and correspondence, including without prejudice communications, between the parties in litigation brought by Mark Holyoake and Hotblack Holdings Limited against Nicholas Candy, Christian Candy and others.

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