Case Law: Brevan Howard v Reuters, Gagging order upheld by the Court of Appeal in breach of confidence case- Louise Turner

12 07 2017

The news agency, Reuters, has lost its appeal against an injunction, which prevented it from reporting leaked confidential and commercially sensitive information concerning a leading global alternative asset manager, Brevan Howard Asset Management LLP. Read the rest of this entry »

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News: MGN seeks permission to appeal against hacking damages awards in Gulati case – Louise Turner

11 06 2015

Mirror GroupMGN yesterday sought permission to appeal against the very large awards of damages made by Mr Justice Mann in the eight test claims in the hacking litigation arising out of voicemail interception at Mirror Group Newspapers (Gulati v MGN Ltd [2015] EWHC 1482(Ch)). Permission was refused by the Judge. MGN will now seek permission from the Court of Appeal. Read the rest of this entry »





Has the Weller case created an image right in relation to the facial expressions of children? – Louise Turner

18 04 2014

Louise TurnerThe singer Paul Weller, acting on behalf of three of his children, was successful in his privacy action against Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL) in relation to seven unpixellated photographs of the children and their father out shopping on a public street and relaxing in a café in Los Angeles. The photographs, in particular, showed the faces of all three children. They were published on Mail Online on 21 October 2012.  Read the rest of this entry »