22 October 2014

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Media Law RSS

Media law is ever changing and this index will strive to keep you abreast of developments in this complex and important area of journalism.

Our fortnightly column looking at the latest law issues, written by specialist media lawyers from Foot Anstey, also appears here.

October 14, 2014

Editor slams police for accessing journalist’s records

Home Office announces overhaul of law

October 14, 2014

Law column: ‘Serious Harm’ case to be appealed

Our fortnightly look at legal issues facing the industry

October 6, 2014

Weekly wins legal fight to name defendant

Judge sought naming ban to protect child

September 30, 2014

Law column: Helpful guidelines on data protection

Our fortnightly look at legal issues facing the industry.

September 23, 2014

Newspaper courts round-up wiped from Google

Convictions removed in new right to be forgotten case

September 16, 2014

Law Column: A liberating court decision for the press?

Our fortnightly look at legal issues facing the industry.

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September 12, 2014

Daily editor hits out at ‘absurd censorship request’

Artist demands right to forget previous work

September 9, 2014

Newspaper picture helps solve 34-year-old rape case

Victim identifies attacker from weekly’s court report

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September 2, 2014

Law Column: Regulation, recognition, and legal costs

Our fortnightly look at legal issues facing the industry

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August 14, 2014

Judge sounds warning over access to court documents

Top judge warns of ‘breaches’ and ‘irresponsibilities’

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August 11, 2014

Publishers fight off child death case secrecy bid

Council sought to impose far-reaching reporting restrictions

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August 11, 2014

Court victory for weekly over defendant address details

Ruling followed news editor’s appeal to judge

August 6, 2014

Reporter fails in bid to name and shame councillors

Politicians who owed £4,660 tax to remain anonymous, tribunal rules

August 5, 2014

Law Column: Echo case highlights legal anomaly

Our fortnightly look at legal issues facing the industry

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August 5, 2014

Newspapers win latest round in anonymity battle

Court of Appeal upholds judge’s decision

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July 28, 2014

Publisher fined after regional daily names alleged rape victim

Case was ‘without legal precedent’ says company



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