Media Injunctions

Family proceedings usually take place in private, and the public has no right to be present, however there are exceptions, including duly accredited representatives of the media and in some instances, unaccredited media representatives, although there are restrictions on what they can report on. This is less than ideal, and we recommend clients seek expert advice from us at an early stage if they are well known individuals with a public profile, who wish to limit press intrusion and speculation. In such cases our team of experts is experienced in applying to the court to obtain orders to prevent or regulate potential media coverage.


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