Carter-Ruck and Schillings line up on committee to review press freedom
The controversial issue of superinjunctions and the freedom of the press are to be examined by a committee set up by the Master of the Rolls, Lord Neuberger, it was announced today (6 April). The committee includes Carter-Ruck media partner Alasdair Pepper and Schillings chief executive Rod Christie-Miller, both of whose firms have faced media scrutiny in recent months for their use of superinjunctions to prevent news organisations from revealing the identities of those involved in legal disputes.
The controversial issue of superinjunctions and the freedom of the press are to be examined by a committee set up by the Master of the Rolls, Lord Neuberger, it was announced today (6 April).
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