Online Seminar via Zoom
White Paper On-Demand Conference | Defamation, Privacy, Data: Shaping New Law into Solution-Focused Answers for Clients
White Paper On-Demand Conference available from 24th February until 30th June
All talks are pre-recorded, to the standard of a TV broadcast service, so you can watch on-demand, whenever suits you.
What - right now - amounts to 'serious harm' after the spate of recent cases, including the impact of 'the rule in Dingle'?
Answered by: Heather Rogers QC
Heather acted in the media intervention on the public interest defence in Serafin and in Barclay v Barclay over allegations of surreptitious recording. “She’s brilliant - a complete star”.
How has the Lachaux litigation changed existing thinking on publication on a matter of public interest, including the wider social media implications?
Answered by: Jonathan Price
Jonathan acted in Lachaux v Independent Print and Serafin v Malkiewicz over publication on a matter of public interest. "He is quite simply a brilliant junior barrister.”
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