NNN v Ryan and Others: QBD 20 Mar 2013

The Court gave its reasons for requiring the delivery up of materials said to be confidential and making an order for anonymity, finding that the claimant had been blackmailed.
Sharp J
[2013] EWHC 637 (QB)
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Citing:
CitedDFT v TFD QBD 27-Sep-2010
The court heard an application for an injunction to restrain publication of material relating to the claimant’s private and sexual life.
Held: An injunction restraining publication and identification, but not an order restraining publication . .
CitedAMM v HXW QBD 7-Oct-2010
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The claimant had sought and been granted an injunction to prevent the defendant publicising matters which had passed between them and which were he said private.
Held: The jurisdiction to grant such injunctions was now established. Publication . .
CitedJIH v News Group Newspapers Ltd QBD 5-Nov-2010
The court was asked as to the circumstances under which the identity of a claimant should be protected in an action where he sought to restrain the publication of private information about him.
Held: Tugendhat J accepted the proposition . .
CitedNtuli v Donald CA 16-Nov-2010
The defendant sought the discharge of a super-injunction, an order against not only the identification of the parties, but also the existence of the proceedings.
Held: The order preventing publication of the underlying allegations remained, . .
CitedPractice Guidance: Interim Non-Disclosure Orders 20-May-2011
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These lists may be incomplete.
Updated: 01 May 2021; Ref: scu.471925