In this issue of ZOOM-IN brief, the Sex Pistols’ copyright claim continues; academic wins libel action against an anonymous blogger; whilst Ofcom reports record numbers of complaints....

In this issue of zoom-in brief, the ‘Wagatha Christie’ case continues; Russian tennis star Yana Sizikova threatens to sue over match-fixing allegations; judgment is given in the long-running Lachaux case, with guidance on what courts expect when media defendants run public interest defences to libel claims; and new guidance is published for journos about tackling online abuse....

In this issue of zoom-in brief, Trump gets two-year Facebook ban; Australian MP settles defamation claim; ASA bans influencer debt advice posts....

In this issue of ZOOM-IN Brief, Childish Gambino sued over “This is America” song; Amber Heard pursues dismissal of Depp’s US defamation suit; and Nirvana in hellish copyright dispute....

In this issue of ZOOM-IN Brief, Arlene Foster sues Dr Christian Jessen over ‘affair’ Tweet; Mayoral candidate Lawrence Fox is sued for libel; ‘fair use’ in the USA comes under the spotlight in two copyright cases; and Ofcom takes no further action in relation to a Capital XTRA DJ’s pay-for-play requests....

In this issue of ZOOM-IN Brief, Lady Colin Campbell sues the Mirror for defamation; The Mail on Sunday ordered to publish a front page statement referring to Meghan’s copyright victory; whilst ITV removes ‘misleading headlines’ from Oprah with Meghan and Harry, following complaints....

In this issue of zoom-in brief ….The Duchess of Sussex is granted summary judgment in her privacy claim against the Mail on Sunday; Mariah Carey is sued by her sister; and Ofcom cracks down on broadcasters....

In this issue of zoom-in brief …. Rachel Riley successfully strikes out defences to her libel claim; Ofcom rejects a privacy complaint against Channel 5; and the Duchess of Sussex seeks summary judgment against the Mail on Sunday....

In this issue of zoom-in brief ….Netflix reaches settlement on Enola Holmes’ Sherlock copyright claim; TV Indie has ICO data protection fine reduced from £120K to £20K over hospital filming; opera singer wins court battle over authorship of movie, Florence Foster Jenkins.....

In this issue of zoom-in brief: Prince Harry sues Mail on Sunday over Marines allegation; Ofcom privacy complaint over BBC’s Claimed and Shamed not upheld; Ofcom sanctions Birmingham’s New Style Radio over show promoting Covid-19 conspiracy theories; and changes to laws in England see some production staff now partially exempt from the requirement to quarantine when returning from abroad....

In this issue of zoom-in brief: ‘Wagatha Christie’ – court finds Tweet did accuse Rebekah Vardy of giving stories to The Sun; French media opposed to legislation which could ban filming of police; and Matrix 4 stands accused of trying to disguise a wrap party as a film shoot to bypass German Coronavirus rules....

In this issue of ZOOM-IN Brief, Johnny Depp loses ‘wife-beater’ libel case; Channel 4’s When Cruises Go Wrong privacy complaint is not upheld by Ofcom; and Manchester United footballer wins injunction following pregnancy disclosure....

In this issue of zoom-in brief, Nicki Minaj wins part one of her copyright battle with singer Tracy Chapman; Ofcom rejects Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away! complaints; and prominent US attorney Alan Dershowitz sues CNN....

In this issue of zoom-in brief, The Duke and Duchess of Sussex bring privacy claim over pictures of baby Archie; President Trump is sued by Eddy Grant over unlicensed use of Electric Avenue; and the journalist behind a Melania Trump article written for the Daily Telegraph will appeal in ‘defamatory apology’ claim....