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By its very nature, the majority of Carter-Ruck’s pre-publication and privacy-related work is confidential and must remain so. However, a selection of recent media and defamation work highlights which are in the public domain is set out below.


Former Trustees of Muslim Aid

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Libel actions - England and Wales or in the United States? Carter-Ruck in the Law Society Gazette

With Tesla CEO Elon Musk facing libel claims from a British diving instructor, Carter-Ruck senior associate Persephone Bridgman Baker asks which jurisdiction one should choose for libel actions: the US or England and Wales?

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Nigel Tait named Lawyer of the Year for Reputation & Defamation at Spear’s Wealth Management Awards

Carter-Ruck's Head of Media Law Nigel Tait has won Lawyer of the Year for Reputation & Defamation at the Spear's Wealth Management Awards on Tuesday 6 November 2018 at The Dorchester, Mayfair. This award is in recognition of outstanding client service and innovation. It draws on research including extensive client feedback.

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Defamation and Reputation Management Top Tier Status Confirmed by Legal Directories

Carter-Ruck has again confirmed its top tier status for Defamation and Reputation Management by leading legal directories Chambers and Partners UK and Legal 500.

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The Right Honourable Nicholas Brown MP -v- Tom Bower and Faber and Faber

A joint press statement has been issued by the parties to The Right Honourable Nicholas Brown MP -v- Tom Bower and Faber and Faber.

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Carter-Ruck in The Times:  A quiet shift in stance on the right to be forgotten

The Information Commissioner's Office is showing signs of shifting its approach to the right to be forgotten, writes Mathilde Groppo in The Times (published 20 September 2018).

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ARY Network agrees to pay substantial damages to magnate Mian Mohammad Mansha in libel settlement

A Pakistani broadcasting company which went into liquidation last year has agreed to pay Pakistani business magnate Mr Mian Mohammad Mansha substantial damages and legal costs of £275,000 in settlement of his libel claim.

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Sasha Wass QC – top criminal QC secures full Court apology from Mail on Sunday

Sasha Wass QC, one of the most highly-respected practitioners at the criminal bar, has today received a High Court apology for a libellous article published by the Mail on Sunday's David Rose on 9 October 2016, which falsely suggested that Ms Wass had (in summary) suppressed evidence of police corruption in order to put an "innocent man in jail".

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The Times Lawyer of the Week: Claire Gill

The Times has featured Claire Gill as the Lawyer of the Week following the first successful “right to be forgotten” case against Google in the UK where the High Court delivered a ruling in an unprecedented claim against the Search Engine, in which Claire was the lead lawyer.

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Right to be forgotten: High Court ruling against Google is just the start

The Times has published an article by Dominic Garner following the firm's landmark 'right to be forgotten' cases against Google.

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Is Press Coverage Protected By Parliamentary Privilege?

Are Parliamentary Select Committee Reports - and associated press coverage - protected by privilege? This issue came up recently when Sir Bradley Wiggins responded to what he called 'malicious' allegations. Here Persephone Bridgman Baker surveys the law, in an article for leading sports law website LawInSport.

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Leading supplement supplier wins apology over allegations that mouse was found inside protein powder

The Hut.com Limited and Cend Limited, the seller and manufacturer of Myprotein nutrition products, have received an apology, libel damages and costs after they were the subject of false and defamatory social media posts published by Myprotein user Adam Brenton on 10 April 2017.

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Baroness Warsi secures front page apology and libel damages from Jewish News over Kemp article

Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, the prominent Tory peer and former Chair of the Conservative Party, has secured a front-page apology, as well as substantial libel damages and legal costs, from Jewish News after it published allegations, in an article by Colonel Richard Kemp, to the effect that she had sought to excuse the appalling conduct of the Islamic State terror group. Jewish News has accepted that the allegations were wholly false and that the article should never have been published. Baroness Warsi will be donating all of the damages to charity.

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