Tomlin Orders – the secret settlement We had a case which settled earlier this month, as they so often seem to do, ‘on the doors of the Court’ as the saying goes. In this case, it was on the first day of what was scheduled to be a four day trial. We hadn’t even seen […]
Right to Privacy -v- Public Interest July 8th, 2017 by Mary Saws Share| So another footballer is in the news for bringing legal action against a newspaper for breach of his privacy. Unlike the recent spate of cases, this time he’s […]
Birmingham Law Centre wins a demanding case Having worked with Mary Saws (Birmingham Law Centre) for the past eighteen months, on a rather demanding case, and winning it, I would have no hesitation in wholeheartedly recommending her and her company to my friends and business associates, she performed brilliantly throughout. Sara Jones Letitgo.com […]
“the footballer who must not be named” The Super-Injunction really is the hot legal topic at the moment, I guess because it has all the ingredients for public interest – money, scandal, rumour, speculation, “us versus them”. What really made me smile in this report http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-13482403 on “the footballer who must not be named” […]
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