All posts with the tag: Privacy

In AMM v News Group Newspapers, the High Court has granted a privacy injunction to restrain the Sun on Sunday publishing information about a sexual relationship that the applicant, an individual, had in 2011. The Sun on Sunday had undertaken to the applicant not to publish the information within seven days but refused to give … Continue reading First privacy injunction against the media since January 2013

MLA is a “talented performing artist” who suffered many years of sexual abuse at school which traumatised him and led to years of severe mental illness. He has authored a semi-autobiographical book which described the past abuse and the illnesses he has suffered as a result. The Court of Appeal described his book as “striking … Continue reading OPO v MLA: Interim injunction granted by the Court of Appeal under principle in Wilkinson v Downton

Santander UK plc v National Westminster Bank plc concerned the granting of various Norwich Pharmacal orders in favour of Santander UK plc against other banks, the customers of which wrongly received funds following mistaken electronic payments by Santander into the wrong accounts. Norwich Pharmacal orders allow an applicant to obtain an order from the court … Continue reading Norwich Pharmacal applications in the context of unjust enrichment and some practical advice