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

Dominic Crossley, Dispute Resolution partner and specialist in Privacy Law provided his comments on the PJS winning his appeal at the Supreme Court on 19 May 2016.  His comments were published by the Press Association newswire on 19 May 2016 and then featured that same day in 47 regional publications across the UK and also in The Guardian (online) on 19 May 2016 and The Guardian (hard copy) on 20 May 2016.

Click here to read Dominic’s comments in the article "Ruling on 'threesome' injuction establishes significant precedent" first published in The Guardian (online) on 19 May 2016

20 May 2016


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



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