31 January 2015

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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.

January 28, 2015

Regional daily reporter overturns court Twitter ban

Use of social networking site now allowed during proceedings

January 27, 2015

Law Column: Anonymity in committal hearings?

Our fortnightly look at legal issues facing the industry

January 13, 2015

Law column: A whistle-stop tour of teacher anonymity

Our fortnightly look at legal issues facing the industry.

January 12, 2015

Reporters treated ‘worse than criminals’ by court staff

Journalist was told he needed ID to sit on press benches

January 8, 2015

Police hearings should be held in public, says NMA

Trade body calls for new legislation in government consultation

December 23, 2014

Law Column: Twelve Months of Media Law

Our media law experts look back on an eventful year

December 11, 2014

Call to ban JPs from imposing reporting restrictions

Responsibility should lie with judges, argues law trainer

November 25, 2014

Law Column: Law is now clear on Section 39

Our fortnightly look at legal issues facing the industry

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November 21, 2014

Journal editor Aitken to appeal against £1,600 fine

News chief was fined after breach of Section 39 order

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November 21, 2014

Judges reject lifelong anonymity for child victims

Appeal court dismisses attempts to keep identities secret

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November 20, 2014

Regional daily editor fined over Section 39 breach

News chief admits breach of anonymity order

November 18, 2014

Editor slams ‘right to censorship’ after stories removed

Three stories removed under controversial ruling

November 13, 2014

Law Column: William Cornick and youth anonymity

Our fortnightly look at legal issues facing the industry

October 28, 2014

Law Column: No appeal in ‘serious harm’ case

Our fortnightly look at legal issues facing the industry

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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

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