ET Anon: protecting confidentiality v the right to a public hearing

This event is in the past
Mon, 14th Jun 2021
At your desk (National)
Venue Address:
At your desk
Gareth Brahams, BDBF and James Laddie QC, Matrix Chambers
Chair: Alex Mizzi, Howard Kennedy and member of ELA Training Committee
Event Type:
Virtual Conference
12:00 – 13:00
CPD hours:
Spaces Available


  • Fee: £25+VAT


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ELA Annual Conference 2021 Season

The ability to report on hearings, and public access to hearings, is both a pillar of our legal system and a powerful cross wind in litigation that shapes how cases are put and whether they are fought or settled. This session explores the issue of when tribunal proceedings can be held in private, or with parties names anonymised and/or with restricted reporting orders. It looks at the practical implications of managing public relations in litigation in both remote and face to face hearings.

Gareth and James acted for the Claimant in Millett v Queensgate Investments which established that interim relief hearings are held in public.

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