The PJS Celebrity Injunction - Dominic Crossley’s Responses to the Media

Dominic Crossley, Dispute Resolution Partner and Privacy Law Specialist at Payne Hicks Beach has responded to a number of requests to comment on the recent injunction controversy.  During the week in which newspapers were clamouring for the information to be published Dominic gave his view on why privacy should be maintained.  He was interviewed on the Today programme, and by the Times and Financial Times and provided additional comment to TV and radio programmes.

15 April 2016 

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For further information please contact Dominic Crossley on dcrossley@phb.co.uk or 020 7465 4300 at Payne Hicks Beach.


 


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The PJS Celebrity Injunction - Dominic Crossley’s Responses to the Media