The former News Corp. private detective at the center of the phone-hacking scandal lost a U.K. Supreme Court ruling over his bid to withhold evidence in civil lawsuits that might incriminate him in a criminal case.
News Corp.’s ex-private detective who was jailed in 2007 for hacking into mobile-phone messages asked the U.K. Supreme Court to let him withhold evidence in civil lawsuits that might incriminate him in a criminal case.
The ex-News Corp. private detective who was jailed in 2007 for intercepting mobile-phone voice mails won permission to appeal to the U.K. Supreme Court in a dispute over giving incriminating evidence in civil cases against him.
UBS AG, Switzerland’s biggest bank, sought immunity from prosecution by Canadian regulators probing a potential conspiracy to rig the price of derivatives globally, three people with knowledge of the inquiry said.
Ex-News Corp. private investigator Glenn Mulcaire, who was jailed in 2007 for secretly tapping celebrities’ voice mails, told a court that he shouldn’t have to give detailed evidence of his activities in phone-hacking cases.
Glenn Mulcaire, the ex-private investigator who hacked into celebrities’ voice mails for News Corp.’s News of the World, lost a U.K. appeal to avoid giving “incriminating” evidence in civil lawsuits against him.
Money alone may not be enough for actress Sienna Miller and the more than 20 other celebrities and politicians suing Rupert Murdoch ’s News of the World newspaper over phone hacking to end their search for the truth.
Actor Jude Law ’s case was chosen to be one of the first heard over phone-hacking at a News Corp. U.K. newspaper after his lawyers claimed that a “senior” News of the World executive might be involved in the practice.