PR consultant Max Clifford on the injunctions report
The media should have the chance to contest applications for injunctions and "super-injunctions" before they are granted, a report by top judges says.
The report said super-injunctions were now being granted for "short periods" and only where "secrecy is necessary".
Committee chairman Lord Neuberger also said reports of parliamentary comments which tried to contravene injunctions might be in contempt of court.
Public relations consultant Max Clifford has been speaking to the BBC about his views on the report and his experience of injunctions.
20 May 2011
- From the section UK