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Morgan v Associated Newspapers Ltd – Nicklin J rejects Daily Mail application to amend

Morgan v Associated Newspapers Ltd In a case(Morgan v Associated Newspapers) brought by our client, Redrow founder Steve Morgan C.B.E., Mr Justice Nicklin has rejected an application by Associated Newspapers Ltd, publishers of the Daily Mail and Mail Online, seeking to amend its Defence to remove its previous admission that an article, published in the … Continued

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Digital challenges to protect reputations in sport – British Library, 9th November 2017

On 9th November 2017 we hosted our annual event to discuss protecting reputations in sport at the British Library in London. The event, attended by a number of Premier League football clubs, player organisations and governing bodies, focused this year on digital challenges. Appearing alongside our Managing Director, Matt Himsworth, was Benedict Hamilton, a Managing … Continued

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The Spy Who Snapped Me

With the addition of Snap Map to Snapchat’s repertoire, the desires of Snapchat users to be James Bond have officially been met. Well, not quite. However, the new facility that is Snap Map, has drastically changed the mainstream social media landscape. This location sharing feature poses serious concerns and risks in the context of privacy … Continued

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A different perspective on cricket

Professional Cricketers Association Rookie Camp 2017

The firm’s Managing Director, Matt Himsworth, appeared at this year’s Professional Cricketers Association “Rookie Camp” at Edgbaston cricket ground. The all-day event acts as an induction to young cricket players who have signed professional terms with their counties. The attendees receive education, advice and training on a whole manner of topics which will prove invaluable … Continued

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Sunday Sun apologises to Craig Willis

The Sunday Sun, the North East’s long-running Sunday newspaper, has apologised to our client, Newcastle Falcons rugby player Craig Willis, after the newspaper mistakenly ran a photograph of our client on it’s front page in a story about court proceedings involving a different rugby player. The apology appeared prominently on page 3 of the newspaper … Continued

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