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Routinely anonymised family judgments unlawful, says remedies lead

15th June 2022

Law Gazette

Mr Justice Mostyn, the lead judge of the Family Remedies Court, has insisted that a wealthy divorcing couple should be named – and said this will be his ‘last judgment’ on the subject of anonymity in the family court.

The husband in Gallagher v Gallagher (No.1) (Reporting Restrictions) had applied for a reporting restriction order or anonymity order, arguing that allowing his name to be revealed following the multi-million-pound litigation would affect his commercial interests.

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