Footballer Fallout - - the radioactive debate about Superinjunctions, Twitter and Privacy


Quentin Bargate, Senior Partner and Head of Litigation at the City of London law firm Bargate Murray, comments on “Footballergate” the recent clash between the English Judiciary and Parliament, privacy incliding comment on Twitter, superinjunctions and possible solutions to the matrix of complex problems created following the avoidance of the effect of injunctions through the use of parliamentary privilege by memebrs of the UK parliament. The Human Rights Act and Judge made law are considered, as well as the limits on the jurisdiction of the English Courts.

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Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Civil Remedies Updates, Civil Rights Updates, Constitutional Law Updates, Privacy Updates

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Quentin Bargate
Bargate Murray

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