Rose tinted spectacles

Rose tinted spectacles: who watches out for the people we watch

What duties of care might be owed to participants in Love Island and other reality television shows?

And who might owe these duties – production companies, broadcasters, professional advisers?

What role is there for regulators in upholding standards and protecting individuals?

Is enough being done to protect participants, or will there only be change once one of them brings a successful claim for damages?

Join us at 39 Essex Chambers for a breakfast panel discussion to explore how the law could develop in this area. 

Panellists include:

Richard Spearman QC
Fenella Morris QC
Nicola Greaney
Robert Lazarus
Nicola Kohn

Date:

Thursday 18th July

Timings:

8.00am (registration and refreshments)
8.15 – 9.15am (panel discussion)

Venue:

81 Chancery Lane
London
WC2A 1DD

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On indicating your attendance we will send you an imaginary scenario which will form the basis of the debate.

Key Contact:

 

Beth Williams

Beth Williams

beth.williams@39essex.com / 0207 832 1155

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  2. State name, organisation, job title and email address of each delegate

NB: This programme of speakers and talks is subject to change.

The venue has full disabled access, however, if you do have any special requirements, please contact Beth.

Call +44 (0)20 7832 1111 for more information

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