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Newsdesk Law updated and now available in ebook formats

 

       
     
Ebook segments
£3 each
 
         
 

The latest Newsdesk Law - updated and revised - is now available in three ebook segments. The ebooks are arranged as follows:

LIBEL & COPYRIGHT
COURT REPORTING & CONTEMPT
PRIVACY & DATA PROTECTION

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Newsdesk Law and this back-up site are aimed squarely at people who are starting out in any branch of the media, students, young journalists, and those citizen journalists who want to understand the legal disciplines of the trade. Reviews of Newsdesk Law have been encouraging, particularly for the way it deals with the complex issues of privacy and libel as well as the comprehensive guide to court reporting. Here's a sample

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BACKGROUND AND UPDATES
Libel tourism at an
end, say lawyers

Mirror named alleged
sex assault victim

Libel landmark:
Google's new duty

Mail on Sunday's
750,000 libel hit


Heavy - the
burden of proof


Tweeters ordered to
pay rape victim


More committal
hearings abolished


Community sentencing
explained


Cregan: Judge issues
contempt warning

Order restricts
Cregan reports


Mail, Mirror fined for contempt

Mirror libelled Frankie Boyle

Sun wins soccer
boss privacy issue

Victory for investigative
journalism

Mirror and Mail
guilty of contempt

Tulisa wins web
privacy battle

Twitter contempt
for the rules

The last libel
trial by jury?


University tutor wins libel damages


'The danger with abolishing
libel juries'

Spectator fined over Stephen
Lawrence article

"Community trigger' to
replace ASBOs

When it's OK to blag,
hack and steal


LIBEL
Supreme Court
boosts Reynolds

Siobhain Butterworth's
analysis of the judgement


Top Gear libel
case struck out

Defamation to date by Heather Rogers QC
1. The threshold of seriousness
2. Meaning/Justification/Comment
3. The Reynolds/Jameel defence

Rothschild loses libel battle
Libel: An end to jury trials?
Drop juries, say MPs

Times can use leaked
documents in libel defence

Consumerism: Top Gear in clear

Tweets and blogs spark more libel claims

Is religion getting a fair hearing?
Hardeep Singh case reignites debate


MORE ON LIBEL

COURTS
Guardian wins
open justice battle


'And the rapist walked free...'

'Contempt laws still valid'
Juror jailed for internet search
Attorney General warns tweeters

Pair guilty of murdering
Stephen Lawrence

The Mail's campaign

'Virtual courts bring swifter justice'

Study Aid: Making sense
of criminal justice


Judge's murder trial warning

Why the Kirkdale Mob
escaped with Asbos


Poppy protest: The 50 question ( 2010)

Reform:

Two strikes and it's life
Longer sentences for...
Dangerous drivers
Riot burglars

Package to ease Family Court delays

Contempt:
Probe into tweet about Tabak's porn
Mirror & Mail face charges
AG v Mail/Sun

Legal aid cuts debated
Legal Aid: Background to the cuts

Prisoners' wages to fund Victim Support

UK's "universal jurisdiction"




 

 

 

 

 

 
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BACKGROUND AND UPDATES

PRIVACY
Mosley wins French privacy action
Mosley loses final appeal
Injunctions:
They're useless, says Jeremy Clarkson

Online publishing:
S
unday Mirror loses
landmark privacy appeal


Privacy claim by Huhne's partner
Rio Ferdinand loses privacy case
Ferdinand:"Intense scrutiny rule"

MORE ON PRIVACY

CODES OF CONDUCT 
Brown wins 'rant' complaint
Daily Record censured over picture of dead man
On/0ff the record?
"Unscrupulous journalists should be banned"
Greenslade calls for a PCC Plus


Download new Editors' Code Book

MORE ON CODES OF CONDUCT

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION
FOI extended to top police group

HARASSMENT
Sienna sees off the paparazzi
Harassment via the letter box

PHONE HACKING
"The PCC is a patsy of the tabloids"
BBC: Phone hacking Q&As

UK's corrupt media


COPYRIGHT
Music copyright extended

 

     
       
   

 

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