John Martyn, of Finers Stephens Innocent Law, said: "Mr Bonnard was successful in his appeal for a judicial review.
What does FSI stand for?
FSI stands for Finers Stephens Innocent (law firm; UK)
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The use of internet sites to publicise the alleged injunctions has made the high court gagging orders "increasingly untenable," Mark Stephens, a senior media lawyer at Finers Stephens Innocent said on Monday.
There is a real risk that, if extradited to Sweden, the US will seek his extradition and/or illegal rendition to the USA, where there will be a real risk of him being detained at Guantanamo Bay or elsewhere"according toa legal memoon the website of the law firm Finers Stephens Innocent.
Solicitors Finers Stephens Innocent and US attorneys Maslon Edelman Bor man & Brand advised GTN during the UBC deal.
It seems to me that should someone make a complaint to the police, then there is potential for an offence to have been committed under section one of the Act," said lawyer and broadcaster Mark Stephens of law firm Finers Stephens Innocent.
Mark Stephens, of law firm Finers Stephens Innocent, said the rich and powerful could try to use the case as a precedent to bring questionable claims against media organisations as a way of stifling negative coverage of them.