Entertainment and Media in UK Law

Leading Cases
  • Esure Insurance Ltd v Direct Line Insurance Plc
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 23 Jul 2008

    They can, moreover, sometimes be based on the wrong questions and thus produce irrelevant or unhelpful responses or for some other reason, as in this case, be of no evidential value. Those directions can then be given in advance of the trial (see, for example, the further proceedings in the U K Channel Management case given by Lewison J, [2007] EWHC 2339 (Ch)).

  • London Artists Ltd v Littler; Grade Organisation Ltd v Littler; Associated Television Ltd v Littler; Grade v Littler
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 10 Dic 1968

    There is no definition in the books as to what is a matter of public interest. All we are given is a list of examples, coupled with the statement that it is for the Judge and not for the jury. Whenever a matter is such as to affect people at large, so that they may be legitimately interested in, or concerned at, what is going on; or what may happen to them or to others; then it is a matter of public interest on which everyone is entitled to make fair comment.

  • Morgan v Odhams Press Ltd
    • House of Lords
    • 29 Jun 1971

    As to the first ground, I do not think the reasonable man—who can also be described as an ordinary sensible man—should be envisaged as reading this article carefully. The relevant impression is that which would be conveyed to an ordinary sensible man (in this case having knowledge of the relevant circumstances) reading the article casually and not expecting a high degree of accuracy.

  • Norwich Pharmacal Company v Commissioners of Customs and Excise
    • House of Lords
    • 26 Jun 1973

    They seem to me to point to a very reasonable principle that if through no fault of his own a person gets mixed up in the tortious acts of others so as to facilitate their wrong-doing he may incur no personal liability but he comes under a duty to assist the person who has been wronged by giving him full information and disclosing the identity of the wrongdoers.

  • Riddick v Thames Board Mills Ltd
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 11 Mar 1977

    Compulsion is an invasion of a private right to keep one's documents to oneself. The public interest in privacy and confidence demands that this compulsion should not be pressed further than the course of justice requires. In order to encourage openness and fairness, the public interest requires that documents disclosed on discovery are not to be made use of except for the purposes of the action in which they are disclosed.

  • Derbyshire County Council v Times Newspapers Ltd
    • House of Lords
    • 18 Feb 1993

    The authorities cited above clearly establish that a trading corporation is entitled to sue in respect of defamatory matters which can be seen as having a tendency to damage it in the way of its business. Examples are those that go to credit such as might deter banks from lending to it, or to the conditions experienced by its employees, which might impede the recruitment of the best qualified workers, or make people reluctant to deal with it.

  • Bank Mellat (Appellant (Plaintiff) v Mohammad Ebrahim Nikpour (Respondent
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 21 Abr 1982

    When an ex parte application is made for a Mareva injunction, it is of the first importance that the plaintiff should make full and frank disclosure of all material facts. He ought to state the nature of the case and his cause of action. Equally, in fairness to the defendant, the plaintiff ought to disclose, so far as he is able, any defence which the defendant has indicated in correspondence or elsewhere.

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Legislation
  • The Non-Domestic Rates (Enterprise Areas) (Scotland) Regulations 2012
    • Scotland
    • 1 de Enero de 2012
    ......Business and domestic software development. Digital and entertainment media. Publishing of computer games. Ready-made interactive leisure and ......
  • The Legislative Reform (Entertainment Licensing) Order 2014
    • England & Wales
    • 1 de Enero de 2014
    ......The Legislative Reform (Entertainment Licensing) Order 2014. 1stDecember2014. 6thApril2015. The Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport ("the Secretary of State"), in exercise of the powers conferred by section 1 of the Legislative and Regulatory Reform Act 2006( 1), makes ......
  • The Audiovisual Media Services Regulations 2020
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 2020
    ...... a film or series made for a television programme service or for an on-demand programme service, . a sports programme, or . a light entertainment programme.”. . . S-13 . In the italic heading before section 335A, after “States”.. . 13. In the italic heading before section 335A, after ......
  • Commonwealth Development Corporation (Additional Enterprises) Order 1994
    • UK Non-devolved
    • 1 de Enero de 1994
    ...... services;(f) repair, maintenance or cleaning services;(g) media, entertainment or recreational services;(h) real estate services;(i) ......
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Books & Journal Articles
  • Social media and student performance: the moderating role of ICT knowledge
    • Núm. 18-2, Mayo 2020
    • Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society
    • 197-219
    Purpose: This study aims to determine the impact of social media usage on university student’s academic performance in Ghana. Design/methodology/approach: A quantitative research method was used f...
    ......Findings – The fi ndings of this study indicatethat social media information, social media innovationand social media entertainment all had a signi fi cant positi ve in fl uence on social media knowledge generation, which has wide learningand knowledge management implications. ......
  • Clownpants in the classroom? Hypnotizing chickens? Measurement of structural distraction in visual presentation documents
    • Núm. 70-4, Julio 2014
    • Journal of Documentation
    • 526-543
    Purpose: – The purpose of this paper is to consider the structure of entertainment media as a possible foundation for measuring aspects of visual presentations that could enhance or interfere with ...
    ... @media screen{}@media print{@page ... Anyone who tries to make a distinction between education and entertainment doesn’t know the first thing about either (Marshall McLuhan). A ......
  • “Write the story you want to read”: world-queering through slash fanfiction creation
    • Núm. 76-4, Abril 2020
    • Journal of Documentation
    • 785-805
    Purpose: This pilot study explores how queer slash fanfiction writers reorient cis/heteronormative entertainment media (EM) content to create queer information worlds. Design/methodology/approach:...
    ... @media screen{}@media print{@page ... queer slash fanfiction writers reorient cis/heteronormative entertainment media (EM) content to create queer information worlds. ......
  • How do social enterprises recruit workers? The case of social enterprises in Thailand
    • Núm. 12-4, Diciembre 2018
    • Journal of Asia Business Studies
    • 508-532
    Purpose: This paper aims to bridge the literatures on social enterprises and human resource management to examine the recruitment practices, specifically the recruitment channels, which are used by...
    ... @media screen{}@media print{@page ... es, especially the printing and publishing industry an d the entertainment and media industry, are als o understudied in the literature on human ......
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Law Firm Commentaries
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