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Sony Radio Awards 2004

Gold award: Johnnie Walker Station of the year: UK BBC Radio 4 The news story award: Jeremy Bowen: The Capture of Saddam Hussein BBC Radio 5 Live & Ten Alps for 5 Live The news… Read More »

Attempt to Gag C4 Dispatches Fails

Mr Justice Mann has refused an application to restrain broadcast of a Channel Four documentary in the Dispatches series due for transmission on Thursday 13 May 2004.   The programme centres on the growing industry… Read More »

Douglas v Hello!

The damages judgment in Douglas v Hello! has been handed down.   The new ruling follows Lindsay J’s judgment in April on liability in which the Court held that held that Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones and OK!… Read More »

Royal Controversy

A number of members of chambers have been involved in the recent controversy arising from the Mail On Sunday’s attempt to publish allegations of an incident in the Royal household. Desmond Browne QC and Jonathan… Read More »

Copyright and Related Rights Regulations 2003

The Copyright and Related Rights Regulations 2003 SI 2003/2498 came into force in October 2003. The Regulations bolster the protection of copyright in a digital / information society, and introduce several new and important changes… Read More »

Patrick Milmo QC Steps Down

Patrick Milmo QC has stepped down as Head of Chambers after fifteen years. Members of Chambers would like to thank Patrick for his hard work and leadership throughout that period and are pleased that he… Read More »

Tugendhat QC appointed to the Bench

The members of Five Raymond Buildings are proud to announce that Michael Tugendhat QC has been appointed to the High Court Bench. He will be assigned to the Queen’s Bench Division and will sit as… Read More »

Douglas v Hello!

Judgment has been handed down in Douglas v Hello! Mr Justice Lindsay held that Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones and OK! have all won their case against Hello! The Judge has held that Hello! is liable… Read More »