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DPSA advising Newsnight editor Peter Rippon

We are advising Peter Rippon in relation to the forthcoming Pollard Inquiry.

The Sun apologises to Caroline Whitmore over Harry Styles “Cougar No 3″ article

We represented ITV Entertainment Correspondent Caroline Whitmore in relation to an article in The Sun. The article wrongly suggested that Mrs Whitmore had behaved inappropriately by pursuing a relationship with Harry Styles from the popular boy band One Direction, notwithstanding … Read further

David Price Solicitors & Advocates entitled to 100% success fee

In June last year, we successfully represented the Telegraph under a Conditional Fee Agreement in a claim by the late Frank Cook, MP for Stockton North, in relation to the newspaper’s story about Mr Cook’s expenses claim for a £5 … Read further

Triumph of Free Speech or Libeller’s Charter? The Defamation Bill 2012

David Price QC sat on the panel for the third event of the Law Society Public Debate Series examining a broad range of issues in relation to the Defamation Bill 2012. David highlighted that the Bill reflected a shift in … Read further

Trygg Mat Foundation

We are advising TMF on media law and anti-corruption issues. TMF are a not-for-profit organisation campaigning against unlicensed fishing and related issues around the world. We assist TMF with their investigations and advocacy, enabling them to present their findings to … Read further

Telegraph’s success in Early Resolution Scheme

We acted for The Telegraph in a claim brought by Richard Ward in relation to an article featuring an interview with James Pryce about working with Ward and styling the Duchess of Cambridge’s hair for the Royal Wedding. The parties … Read further

Reported defamation cases plummet by 15%

Research undertaken by Sweet & Maxwell, the leading provider of legal information, recently found that the number of reported defamation court cases in the UK fell 15% last year, from 84 to 71.  Korieh Duodu gave his views on current … Read further

Andrew Gilligan wins High Court apology over Ken Livingstone autobiography

We represented award-winning journalist Andrew Gilligan in relation to Ken Livingstone’s autobiography, “You Can’t Say That”. The book claimed that Mr Gilligan was “shown the door” by his previous employer, the London Evening Standard, after writing “lies” about the allocation … Read further

Katie Price sues former friend

We are acting for Jamelah Asmar, a former friend of Katie Price, in a privacy claim for misuse of confidential information. Katie Price is also suing her ex-husband, Peter Andre, and her former management. The Mirror

Korieh Duodu speaks about media regulation in Xian province, China

Korieh Duodu was invited by the Great Britain China Committee to speak at a conference in China exploring international alternatives for media regulation. Korieh gave a presentation on self-regulation of the press in England, outlining the history of the Press … Read further