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22nd April 2016

Hamlins quoted in the Guardian as phone-hacking victims await the High Court’s decision on The Sun

Phone-hacking victims eagerly await the High Court’s decision on whether to formally include The Sun in phone-hacking claims going forward. News of the World articles are already relied upon as evidence of phone hacking and surveillance, but Hamlins, acting as Lead Solicitors for phone-hacking claimants, has applied to court to include articles published in The Sun. The hearing concluded last week.

Hamlins’ phone-hacking lawyers explained the extent of potential claims against The Sun and News of the World to the Guardian newspaper: ‘there are around 50 other alleged victims preparing to join the News of the World claim, some of which will also relate to Sun articles if the case is allowed to go ahead.’

Read the full Guardian article:

The Guardian: Email allegedly shows Sun executive asked journalist to hack phone

 

 

 

Hamlins quoted in the Guardian as phone-hacking victims await the High Court’s decision on The Sun







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