Archive for July, 2011

Without Prejudice | 29 July 2011

July 29, 2011

Joshua Rozenberg, Charon QC and David Allen Green discuss the Leveson inquiry, the Supreme Court’s Star Wars judgment, legal journalism and blogging, contempt of court, and Supreme Court vacancies.


Without Prejudice | 15 July 2011

July 15, 2011

John Cooper QC, joins law bloggers Charon QC, David Allen Green and Carl Gardner to discuss phone hacking – including select committee powers, the “judge-led” inquiry, offences and future press regulation – plus Julian Assange’s extradition appeal, and advocacy training.

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Without Prejudice | Phone hacking US special

July 15, 2011

Law blogger Charon QC talks to US lawyer, Peter Friedman, Of Counsel at Hull McGuire PC, about the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the potential civil and criminal liability for News Corporation if the FBI investigation reveals any wrongdoing.

Without Prejudice | NotW phonehacking special | 8 July 2011

July 8, 2011

Charon QC speaks first to Carl Gardner about whether the NewsCorp-BSkyB deal can be stopped and about potential judicial inquiries, then to David Allen Green about the Andy Coulson arrest, whether closing the News of the World makes any legal difference to what happens now, and the potential criminal liability of individuals and companies for offences including conspiracy.

Without Prejudice | 1 July 2011

July 1, 2011

Timothy Pitt-Payne QC joins law bloggers Charon QC, Amanda Bancroft and Carl Gardner to discuss Lady Hale’s comments on legal aid, the law on checking out potential employees, the Milly Dowler murder trial, Alex Salmond’s spat with the Supreme Court, and Ken Clarke’s “stab a burglar” idea.