Human Rights: Silence in (and out of) court

Ilana Swimer analyses the growing use of anonymity and restricted reporting orders in the employment tribunal ‘In granting any anonymity order or restricted reporting order, the tribunal will need to consider the dichotomy between the media’s right to freedom of expression and to report on matters of public interest on the one hand and an …
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Cases Referenced

  • A v B [2010] ICR 849
  • Associated Newspapers Ltd v London (North) Industrial Tribunal [1998] IRLR 569
  • Dallas McMillan & A v B & Davidson UKEATS/0006/07MT
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  • F v G UKEAT/0042/11/DA
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  • Heinisch v Germany [2011] IRLR 922
  • JIH v News Group Newspapers Ltd [2011] EWCA Civ 42
  • Palomo Sanchez & ors v Spain [2011] IRLR 934