The Times, Law
October 24 2006
Another, More subjective side of the argument
Jameel: a few words of warning to gung-ho journalists
Media law Thursday 07 September 2006 Private lives
The Press Complaints Commission (PCC) has added to its body of adjudications with a recent decision against the newspaper The Independent over an invasion of privacy (report 73). It decided that the unauthorised disclosure of an actress's pregnancy - known only to her, her agent and the producer of the show in which she was appearing - was 'a serious intrusion into her private life'.
British Journalism Review
Volume 17 Number 3 September 2006
Queen Victoria has a lot to Answer for, The Faustian pact with celebrities, Privacy.
Media law Thursday 02 March 2006 Win one, lose one George Galloway MP v The Telegraph Group Ltd EWCA Civ 17; Mersey Care NHS Trust v Robin Ackroyd  EWCH 107 (QB)
The media is locked in a constant battle to fight against curtailment of its right to free speech, defending a steady stream of defamation and privacy actions. These cases evidence the truth of the theme of modern media litigation that neither this right nor the right of the individual to reputation and/or privacy is paramount. While journalist Robin Ackroyd won the latest round in the battle to protect his source, the Daily Telegraph lost its libel bout with George Galloway MP. http://www.lawgazette.co.uk/inpractice/legalupdates/
Shifting sands Thursday 12 January 2006 Win one, lose one With its push into international trade, Dubai is becoming the business hub of the Gulf region - and offers considerable work for British law firms, says Amber Melville-Brown
When magic circle firm Linklaters announced its plans to launch a Dubai office this year, it joined a host of UK firms that have already been attracted by the stream of international investment flowing into the Emirate's thriving economy. http://www.lawgazette.co.uk/features/