The Cook Report production team successful against The News of the World July 2002 We represented members of The Cook Report production team in their successful claim against The News of the World, which retracted previous allegations that a number … Read further
Blair’s nanny beats off a strike out June 2002 We recently acted for Ros Mark, the former nanny to the Blair family, in a landmark case in the Court of Appeal. The Court accepted our argument on behalf of Ms … Read further
First successful libel case for defendant CFA April 2002 We acted for Barbara Gardener in a case against the property company Parkgate-Aspen. Ms Gardener lived in a mansion block and distributed a newsletter to other residents of the block expressing … Read further
The Mail on Sunday apologises to Maria Fernandes February 2002 Leading immigration lawyer, Maria Fernandes obtained an apology and substantial damages from the Mail on Sunday over an article in the Black Dog diary column. news story – http://www.guardian.co.uk/Archive/Article/0,4273,4350950,00.html news … Read further
The Hot 100 January 2002 David Price is listed in the Lawyer magazine’s top 100 lawyers for 2002 news story – http://www.thelawyer.com/LawyerNews/hot100p.asp
Anti-Cult campaigner wins second Guardian libel action January 2002 Graham Baldwin, director of Catalyst, a charity that specialises in therapy for victims of religious cults and similar groups, won substantial damages in an out-of-court settlement against The Guardian and its … Read further
“Kiss and Tell” injunctions December 2001 Rupert Butler offers his views to the Law Society Gazette following a radical decision in which a judge banned a newspaper from publishing details of a well-known footballer’s extra-marital relationships.
Angel of Mostar’s victory over the Daily Mail December 2001 The aid worker who became known as the “Angel of Mostar” after saving wounded children from the Bosnian town, has won substantial libel damages from the Daily Mail. The paper … Read further