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 **As early as 21-May-2007 the McCann'​s where represented by Carter Ruck Lawyer [[adam tudor|Adam Tudor]] (see: [[leicestershire_police#​year_2007|LP 2007]]).** **As early as 21-May-2007 the McCann'​s where represented by Carter Ruck Lawyer [[adam tudor|Adam Tudor]] (see: [[leicestershire_police#​year_2007|LP 2007]]).**
  
-__Carter Ruck mentions the Maddie-Case on its page ->​[[http://​www.carter-ruck.com/​Media%20Law/​Recent_Work.asp|Recent Work (12.12.2014)]]:​__+ 
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 +**__Carter Ruck mentions the Maddie-Case on its page ->​[[http://​www.carter-ruck.com/​Media%20Law/​Recent_Work.asp|Recent Work (12.12.2014)]]:​__** 
 By its very nature, the majority of Carter-Ruck’s pre-publication and privacy-related work is confidential and must remain so.  However, a selection of recent media and defamation work highlights which are in the public domain is set out below. By its very nature, the majority of Carter-Ruck’s pre-publication and privacy-related work is confidential and must remain so.  However, a selection of recent media and defamation work highlights which are in the public domain is set out below.
  
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 The Sunday Times has published a full apology and agreed to pay Kate and Gerry McCann £55,000 in libel damages (all of which they will donate to charity), over completely false allegations that they had kept secret from the investigating authorities crucial evidence relating to their daughter’s abduction. ​ The Sunday Times also agreed to pay the McCanns’ legal fees. The Sunday Times has published a full apology and agreed to pay Kate and Gerry McCann £55,000 in libel damages (all of which they will donate to charity), over completely false allegations that they had kept secret from the investigating authorities crucial evidence relating to their daughter’s abduction. ​ The Sunday Times also agreed to pay the McCanns’ legal fees.
  
-The McCanns were represented by [[adam_tudor|Adam Tudor]] and **Zoe Brocket**.+The McCanns were represented by **[[adam_tudor|Adam Tudor]]** and **Zoe Brocket**.
  
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 **Kate and Gerry McCann** - Carter-Ruck brought a successful application for contempt of Court [[tony_bennet|against an individual]] who had repeatedly published false and highly defamatory allegations about the couple, in breach of formal undertakings which he had given to the Court in 2009.  Recognising the seriousness and persistency of the individual’s conduct, the Court imposed a three-month suspended prison sentence. ​ The individual has subsequently agreed to withdraw an appeal of the committal order, to abide by his undertakings in future and to pay costs to the Claimants. **Kate and Gerry McCann** - Carter-Ruck brought a successful application for contempt of Court [[tony_bennet|against an individual]] who had repeatedly published false and highly defamatory allegations about the couple, in breach of formal undertakings which he had given to the Court in 2009.  Recognising the seriousness and persistency of the individual’s conduct, the Court imposed a three-month suspended prison sentence. ​ The individual has subsequently agreed to withdraw an appeal of the committal order, to abide by his undertakings in future and to pay costs to the Claimants.
  
-Kate and Gerry McCann were represented by [[adam_tudor|Adam Tudor]] and **Isabel Martorell**.+Kate and Gerry McCann were represented by **[[adam_tudor|Adam Tudor]]** and **Isabel Martorell**.
  
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 **Parliament Calls on Carter-Ruck** - At Parliament'​s invitation, two Carter-Ruck partners have given evidence at the House of Commons before the Culture, Media and Sport Committee'​s inquiry into press standards, privacy and libel. **Parliament Calls on Carter-Ruck** - At Parliament'​s invitation, two Carter-Ruck partners have given evidence at the House of Commons before the Culture, Media and Sport Committee'​s inquiry into press standards, privacy and libel.
-[[adam_tudor|Adam Tudor]] gave evidence** on 10 March 2009** alongside Carter-Ruck client [[gerry_mccann|Gerry McCann]] and the McCanns'​ press spokesman, [[clarence_eden_mitchell|Clarence Mitchell]].+**[[adam_tudor|Adam Tudor]]** gave evidence** on 10 March 2009** alongside Carter-Ruck client [[gerry_mccann|Gerry McCann]] and the McCanns'​ press spokesman, [[clarence_eden_mitchell|Clarence Mitchell]].
  
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 [[jane_tanner|Jane Tanner]], [[russel_o_brien|Russell O’Brien]],​ [[fiona_payne|Fiona Payne]], [[david_payne|David Payne]], [[matthew_oldfield|Matthew Oldfield]], [[rachel_oldfield|Rachael Oldfield]] and [[dianne_webster|Dianne Webster]], the [[tapas_9|group of friends who were with Kate and Gerry McCann]] when their daughter Madeleine was[[abduction_of_maddie_theory| abducted]] in Portugal in [[3rd_may|May 2007]], have secured full apologies and £375,000 in damages from Express Newspapers. ​ At the friends’ request, the damages are all to be donated to the [[madeleine_fund|Find Madeleine Fund]]. [[jane_tanner|Jane Tanner]], [[russel_o_brien|Russell O’Brien]],​ [[fiona_payne|Fiona Payne]], [[david_payne|David Payne]], [[matthew_oldfield|Matthew Oldfield]], [[rachel_oldfield|Rachael Oldfield]] and [[dianne_webster|Dianne Webster]], the [[tapas_9|group of friends who were with Kate and Gerry McCann]] when their daughter Madeleine was[[abduction_of_maddie_theory| abducted]] in Portugal in [[3rd_may|May 2007]], have secured full apologies and £375,000 in damages from Express Newspapers. ​ At the friends’ request, the damages are all to be donated to the [[madeleine_fund|Find Madeleine Fund]].
  
-**The friends** were represented by [[adam_tudor|Adam Tudor]] and **Stevie Loughrey**.+**The friends** were represented by **[[adam_tudor|Adam Tudor]]** and **Stevie Loughrey**.
  
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  At Mrs McCann’s request, Carter-Ruck has issued a press release making clear that Mrs McCann had not consented and does not consent to the publication of her diary or of any extracts from it.  At Mrs McCann’s request, Carter-Ruck has issued a press release making clear that Mrs McCann had not consented and does not consent to the publication of her diary or of any extracts from it.
  
-Mrs McCann was represented in this matter by [[adam_tudor|Adam Tudor]] and **Stevie Loughrey**.+Mrs McCann was represented in this matter by **[[adam_tudor|Adam Tudor]]** and **Stevie Loughrey**.
  
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 **Kate and Gerry McCann** - Carter-Ruck secured unprecedented **front-page apologies** from the Daily Express, the Sunday Express, the Daily Star and the Daily Star Sunday for Gerry and Kate McCann, for having falsely alleged that they were responsible for [[cause_of_death|the death of their daughter]] Madeleine and that [[conspiracy|they had conspired]] to cover up their actions. ​ Express Newspapers (which publish the titles in question) also agreed to pay libel damages of £550,000, to be donated (at the McCanns’ request) [[madeleine_fund|to the fund]] set up to find their daughter Madeleine. Express Newspapers made a further unreserved apology in the High Court for publishing a series of over one hundred highly defamatory articles about Mr and Mrs McCann from the late summer of 2007 until February 2008. **Kate and Gerry McCann** - Carter-Ruck secured unprecedented **front-page apologies** from the Daily Express, the Sunday Express, the Daily Star and the Daily Star Sunday for Gerry and Kate McCann, for having falsely alleged that they were responsible for [[cause_of_death|the death of their daughter]] Madeleine and that [[conspiracy|they had conspired]] to cover up their actions. ​ Express Newspapers (which publish the titles in question) also agreed to pay libel damages of £550,000, to be donated (at the McCanns’ request) [[madeleine_fund|to the fund]] set up to find their daughter Madeleine. Express Newspapers made a further unreserved apology in the High Court for publishing a series of over one hundred highly defamatory articles about Mr and Mrs McCann from the late summer of 2007 until February 2008.
    
-Gerry and Kate McCann are represented by [[adam_tudor|Adam Tudor]] and **Isabel Martorell**.+Gerry and Kate McCann are represented by **[[adam_tudor|Adam Tudor]]** and **Isabel Martorell**.
  
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-**The Leveson Inquiry** into the culture, practices and ethics of the press - [[adam_tudor|Adam Tudor]] and **Isabel Martorell** are advising Kate and Gerry McCann in relation to their status as //'​Core Participants'//​ in the Leveson Inquiry+**The Leveson Inquiry** into the culture, practices and ethics of the press - **[[adam_tudor|Adam Tudor]]** and **Isabel Martorell** are advising Kate and Gerry McCann in relation to their status as //'​Core Participants'//​ in the Leveson Inquiry
  
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