Nov 172010
 November 17, 2010  Posted by  Court, Non-U.S.

The Court of Appeal yesterday discharged a super-injunction which had preventing reference to a privacy injunction obtained by Howard Donald of “Take That”.  The decision, Ntuli v Donald ([2010] EWCA Civ 1276) has received widespread coverage in the media – with over 200 items picked up by “Google News”.   Much of this coverage focused on the “super-injunction” and anonymity aspects of the case – although this occupied only 14 of the 59 paragraphs of the judgment.  Most of the judgment was devoted to consideration – and rejection – of the argument that the injunction should not have been granted at all.

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