Clayton v Clayton 
 EWCA Civ 878
Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
An appeal against injunctions preventing a father from publishing matters concerning his daughter. The appeal was allowed, the injunction quashed and a Prohibited Steps Order imposed.
This is an important case as it clarifies the issues surrounding privacy in Court Proceedings under the Children Act, Administration of Justice Act 1960 and the Human Rights Act. The President reiterates the underlying law and reviews the appropriate cases. The key passage is paragraphs 77-78 which sets out new guidance on the restriction that can be placed on reporting after the conclusion of proceedings.