Beckham v Gibson: QBD 29 Apr 2005

The protection of the law of confidence would be illusory if a claimant, in relation to a long and garbled story, was obliged to spell out which of the revelations are accepted as true, and which are said to be false or distorted.


Eady J


Unreported, 29 April 2005


England and Wales

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CitedMcKennitt and others v Ash and Another QBD 21-Dec-2005
The claimant sought to restrain publication by the defendant of a book recounting very personal events in her life. She claimed privacy and a right of confidence. The defendant argued that there was a public interest in the disclosures.
Held: . .
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Media, Intellectual Property

Updated: 01 May 2022; Ref: scu.238824