Page 1 of 2 Two Sussex newspaper editors have won a landmark test case about reporting court hearings involving children. Argus editor Simon Bradshaw, and former editorial director of the West Sussex County Times David Briffett, have been cleared of
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Page 1 of 2 Society of Editors executive director Bob Satchwell said editors were extremely aware of their duty to protect children, and said cases such as the one in Sussex could pose a threat to open justice. “It is
Page 1 of 2 Cathryn Smith, a partner in the media team at Foot Anstey Sargent, is a newspaper lawyer who “legals” raw copy every day. She said: “The difference is going to be that when a journalist or editor
Legendary libel lawyer Peter Carter-Ruck will be the main speaker at an update day on media law in central London on Saturday, November 18. He is scheduled to look at recent changes in the practice of defamation and the spate
The media law update day, at which Peter Carter-Ruck was to have been the chief speaker, has been postponed. The day was organised by the National Union of Journalists and The Media Training Centre to update journalists and anyone concerned
Small newspapers and newsletters, as well as freelance journalists, are being targetted by a new online guide to media law. www.media-solicitors.co.uk has been launched by Full Force Marketing. There are a wealth of legal guide notes on-line so that visitors
Page 1 of 2 Legendary libel lawyer Peter Carter-Ruck will reveal the secrets he used to charge thousands for at a special Media Law Update day. The event, in London on Saturday March 17, will be a rare opportunity to