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Porn producers face legal action over Fifty Shades of Grey adaptation [Metro]

Office of judicial complaints clears Mr Justice Coleridge of misconduct in respect of his involvement with the Marriage Foundation [Judiciary.gov.uk]

“The OJC has concluded its investigation into the conduct of the Honourable Mr Justice Coleridge in relation to the judge’s participation in the Marriage Foundation.

“Having considered all of the facts the Lord Chancellor and the President of the Queen’s Bench Division (on behalf of the Lord Chief Justice) do not consider Mr Justice Coleridge’s involvement with the Marriage Foundation to be incompatible with his judicial responsibilities and therefore does not amount to judicial misconduct.

Mr Justice Coleridge has agreed that a lower profile role within the organisation would be more appropriate for a serving judicial office holder.”

For background on Coleridge and Marriage Foundation see… [Pink Tape]

Why Leveson’s proposals are nothing like the First Amendment [The Telegraph]

Convicted paedophile wins Facebook injunction to shut down ‘keeping our kids safe from predators’ page as judge rules it infringes sex offender’s human rights – but second page appears within hours [The Independent]

Litigants in person, complexity and media cases [Lawyer Watch]

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