Profile submitted by Jonathan Scherbel-Ball
All aspects of media and information law and the law of internet intermediary liability. This includes defamation, privacy, breach of confidence, data protection, freedom of information, malicious falsehood, harassment, contempt of court, protection of sources, reporting restrictions and media regulation. Significant cases include: Galloway v Frazer and Google Inc.  NIQB 7; KL & NN v Sunday Newspapers Ltd  NIQB 88; C v BBC  NIQB 86; Hegglin v Google Inc.  EWHC 3973; McIntosh v ICO (EA/2014/0033); Loughran v Century Newspapers  NICA 26; Surrey County Council v Al Hilli  EWHC 2190 (Fam); Tilbrook v Parr  EWHC 1946 (QB); Hunt v Obregan  All ER (D) 217; King v Grundon  All ER (D) 96.
Called to the Bar of England and Wales and the Bar of Northern Ireland
MA (Hons) Modern History and Politics, Oxford. MPhil, Modern European History, Cambridge. Qualified as solicitor in 2007, training at Dechert LLP. Solicitor, BBC Litigation Department 2007-09. Called to the Bar in 2010. Tenant at One Brick Court since July 2011
Contributing Editor of ‘Survey of English Libel Law’, Media Law Resource Centre, 2011-15. Contributor, Arlidge, Eady & Smith on Contempt, 4th Ed Supplements and 5th Edition (due 2016).
Active sports player. Interested in contemporary European and American politics.