Reputational Disputes: The Power of Statements in Open Court

A Statement in Open Court (“SIOC”) is a public apology read out in court once a case has settled. They are an important remedy in reputational disputes, most notably in defamation claims, but recently they have also come to be used increasingly in claims for misuse of private information. Alex Cochrane, a partner in our media disputes team, reveals the value of SIOC for claimants.

 

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