Archive for category Media Reporting

Article by Gill Phillips, Director of Editorial Legal Services, Guardian News & Media Limited, Explaining The Developments Surrounding Applications for anonymity in cases involving settlements of medical negligence claims.

Article by Gill Phillips, summarising the law relating to anonymity for children in cases involving settlements of medical negligence claims. March 2014 Tags: Media Reporting, Transparency, Anonymity, Child Welfare, Children, Medical Negligence In JXMX (A Child proceeding by her Mother and Litigation Friend Mrs AXMX) v Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust, [2013] EWHC 3956 (QB) Mr […]

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Summary of the Developments of Media Reporting in The Family Courts by Gill Phillips, Director of Editorial Legal Services, Guardian News & Media Limited

Summary of developments surrounding media reporting in the Family Courts,  by Gill Phillips, Director of Editorial Legal Services, Guardian News & Media Limited. Transparency and reporting of the Family Courts: summary of developments  March 2014 Tags: Media Reporting, Transparency Following a critical report by the Parliamentary Constitutional Affairs Committee, in 2002-3 about the reporting of, inter alia,  […]

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Article on the Family Courts and Reporting Criminal Cases Involving Children, by Gill Phillips, Director of Editorial Legal Services, Guardian News & Media Limited

Article on the family courts and how media reporting works when criminal cases involving children feature.   Family courts and reporting criminal cases involving children March 2014 Tags: Reporting, Reporting Restrictions, Media, Transparency, Children, Child Welfare, Criminal Cases Section 97 of The Children Act 1989 prohibits the publication of material which identifies, or is likely […]

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