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In Part 2 of our analysis of Johnny Depp’s defeat in his libel battle with the Sun, Theo Rees-Bidder looks at some practical considerations that Depp’s defeat showcases.
Aven v Orbis… for anyone who’s finished Netflix and turned their attention instead to watching the High Court’s Media & Communications List like a hawk, this case may already be familiar to you
International law firm Bird & Bird this week appoints David Chu as partner in Hong Kong, providing a significant boost to the firm’s International Dispute Resolution group.
The ACCC's Final Report in the Digital Platforms Inquiry recommends that digital platforms with more than one million monthly active users in Australia should implement an industry code of conduct to govern the handling ...
The ACCC has recommended that a mandatory industry code be implemented to govern the take-down process of digital platforms operating in Australia. This is to more efficiently facilitate rightsholders' requests for the ...
Our UK disputes team is delighted to send you the latest edition of our Dispute Resolution Update featuring a selection of our articles on topical issues and recent legal developments.
Djazia Tiourtite and Myriam Douillet report on a new legal framework for hosting providers, aimed at countering online hate speech, as the French parliament passes its first law which is unrelated to the COVID-19 ...
The Final Report recommends significant changes to Australia's privacy laws, which if implemented would be the first major overhaul of the privacy laws since the introduction of the Australian Privacy Principles. The ...
The recent judgment by the English Court of Appeal in Lloyd v Google LLC  EWCA Civ 1599, a large-scale data breach claim, provides helpful insight into the operation of CPR 19.6.
Bryony Hurst and Theo Rees-Bidder from our Dispute Resolution team look back at this summer’s judgment on the novel data protection claims used by three claimants as a method of protecting their reputations.