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Daily Telegraph profiles David Price

Daily Telegraph profiles David Price July 2004 Following his success in the “indecent proposal” slander case (see below) the Daily Telegraph interviews David Price. ‘You must always expect to lose’ Joshua Rozenberg The Telegraph, 1 July 2004

Rabbi wins longest slander trial in legal history

Rabbi wins longest slander trial in legal history June 2004 We successfully defend Dayan Lichtenstein, a senior rabbi and religious judge, in a slander claim brought against him by a businessman.

Book launch celebrations

Book launch celebrations February 2004 Thursday 26 February saw the launch of the third edition of

Mail on Sunday apologises to Lady Henrietta Rous

Mail on Sunday apologises to Lady Henrietta Rous February 2004 We represented Lady Henrietta Rous in a libel and breach of confidence action against The Mail on Sunday. The newspaper published what appeared to be an interview with Lady Henrietta … Read further

Award winning film director in book battle

Award winning film director in book battle January 2004 We represented Kaizad Gustad, a director of the award winning feature film “Bombay Boys” in a case against publishing house Simon & Schuster and author William Rhode. The case concerned a … Read further

John Leslie obtains injunction over stolen photographs

John Leslie obtains injunction over stolen photographs January 2004 We were instructed by media law firm, H20, solicitors for former television presenter, John Leslie to act as advocates to seek an injunction on behalf of Mr Leslie.

Royal butler buttons up press

Royal butler buttons up press November 2002 We succeeded in obtaining an injunction for former royal butler, Paul Burrell, against The Sun preventing publication of further revelations from a witness statement he made to the police as part of a … Read further

Royal injunction: Fawcett named

Royal injunction: Fawcett named November 2003 We acted for the Telegraph Group Ltd after Michael Fawcett, Prince Charles’ former valet gained injunctions against other national newspapers. Fawcett was granted a libel injunction against the Mail on Sunday by McKinnon J … Read further

Sex plot Barbie libel

Sex plot Barbie libel November 2003 We achieved a very successful outcome for Ms Harrison-Hamilton who had been seriously defamed in a front-page article entitled “Sex Plot `Barbie

Children’s Minister apologises to victim of child abuse

Children’s Minister apologises to victim of child abuse November 2003 We acted for Demetrious Panton, a government consultant, over allegations made by Children’s Minister, Margaret Hodge.