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26 Jan 2017


Partner Renato Labi comments on Court of Appeal’s rejection of an application for a reporting restriction order

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A divorcée, currently fighting her husband for a bigger payment, can now be identified after appeal judges lifted an order protecting her anonymity.

The three Court of Appeal judges refused to impose any further order and said Mrs Norman and her ex-husband can now be named. The judges said that they would outline the reasoning behind their decision at a later date.

Partner Renato Labi commented: “It is not at all surprising that the privacy order was lifted. Court of Appeal cases are important ones, and unless there are young minor children to protect, couples must unfortunately expect their dirty linen to be washed in public.”

Read the full article in Family Law Week here.


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