Our thoughts on the latest developments in our specialist sectors and services.

IPSO rules that repetition of allegations is capable of breaching its code

IPSO has ruled that the Daily Mail breached an individual’s privacy by republishing claims which…

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Freedom of Expression v Public Morals

ECHR rules in favour of freedom of expression in a case which could have implications…

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Landmark case on price of leasehold extensions dismissed

The Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal which could have resulted in the price…

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‘Workers’ could be entitled to claim years of backdated holiday pay

In the landmark decision of King v The Sash Window Workshop Ltd, the European Court…

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Tax avoidance allegations held to be defamatory

The phrase ‘tax avoidance’ is capable of being defamatory, the High Court has ruled in…

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Protection against unknown attackers

The High Court has recently granted injunctions to prevent unlawful claims being made in two…

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