Sienna Miller & Deal
May 14, 2011 by staff
Sienna Miller & Deal, Demand for Sienna Miller in the news for global action on piracy phone is about to be resolved. Ms. Miller’s lawyer, Mark Thompson, said yesterday: “Sienna Miller has today ruled against News Group Newspapers Limited after yesterday admitted responsibility for all legal claims, including confidential information, private was obtained, in instructions of its journalists and piracy messages in your mailbox, that private and confidential information was released as a result, and that there had been, therefore, the invasion of privacy, violation of trust and harassment campaign, which lasted over 12 months.
“NGN Limited also admitted that private information about Ms. Miller published in 2005-2006 has not appeared in the press.” The agreement is likely to be formalized by the court next Friday, when another case management conference in the proceedings, if not sooner.
Mr Thomson said: “His decision to enter its ruling today was based on the NGN is limited finally agreed to provide all information and disclosures to Ms. Miller that can determine the extent of wrongdoing that went on in 2005-2006. NGN Limited had previously avoided providing such information and disclosure.
“NGN Limited also will pay Ms. Miller £ 100.000 in damages and interest, which is the highest award of privacy once a day, and their legal costs.
“As made clear in court, the primary concern of Ms. Miller has never been the amount of money awarded as compensation, but to know exactly what the scope of the piracy era.”
CC News Group Michael Silverleaf, Vos said High Court judge in London this week that the company admitted responsibility unconditionally all grievances alleged by the actress and accepted the responsibility for compensating them.
A spokesman for News International said: “We are very happy that we succeeded in bringing this matter to a satisfactory conclusion. Several weeks ago he admitted liability in certain cases, and offered a genuine and unreserved apology. We hope to solve other cases quickly.
“For the record, the reports we have received the order to release 8,000 e-mails to Ms. Miller are inaccurate.”
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