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Reporting Restrictions & Transparency in Financial Remedy Proceedings

Reporting Restrictions & Transparency in Financial Remedy Proceedings

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Update: Requires no prior subject knowledge
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0.5 hours
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Introduction

Fresh from Mostyn J’s judgment in Xanothopoulos v Rakshina and Peel J’s resultant guidance, this webinar will consider the issue of anonymity in financial remedy proceedings. As Mostyn J’s further judgment in XZ v YZ has demonstrated, family practitioners now need to be ready to make an application for a reporting restriction order at an early opportunity.

This webinar will look at the criteria the court applies and how to construct an application.

What You Will Learn

This webinar will cover the following:

  • The consequences of Mostyn J’s decision in Xanthapoulos v Rakshina [2022] as a general principle in relation to anonymity in financial remedy proceedings
  • Where do we stand in terms of publishing judgments, particularly given Mostyn J’s subsequent judgment in XZ v YZ [2022] and Peel J/HHJ Hess’ guidance dated 13 May 2022
  • How to apply for a reporting restriction order and what criteria the court applies

This webinar was recorded on 22nd July 2022

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