Privacy: Behind closed doors

James Brown revisits issues of privacy in family proceedings ‘Family proceedings are not, and should not, be seen to be as a separate category from other civil proceedings save for in recognised classes of cases or other situations that manifestly require permanent confidentiality.’ Two recent cases (A mbrosiadou v Coward [2010] and Lykiardopulo v Lykiardopulo …
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