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can I obtain and publish the disclosed documents of a commercial

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can I obtain and publish the disclosed documents of a commercial court case due for trial in October 2013 at Royal Courts of Justice Queens bench
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  joannem1965 replied 4 years ago.

Can you explain the background to your situation a bit more please. Why do you wish to publish them? What is the case regarding? Are you a party to this case?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

I'm an Organic blogger. there is trial due on 18th October between Organic Village ( uk company ) and their supplier Goknur from turkey.

Organic village is suing goknur for damages due to supply of fake fruit juices which is proved by CPR compliant analysis report ordred by the court.


I want to invite all parties concerned from organic certifying bodies to EU commission to this trial and send them disclosed documents to court.


If I can't get the disclosed documents from the court and/or able to publish them, can I at lease notify public that there will be a trial dealing with this matter without getting into trouble with law


Thank you

Mark Geldorf

Expert:  joannem1965 replied 4 years ago.

There is no reason why you cannot do this and you can publish an accurate report however if you publish any of the documents, the chances are that you breach the copyright of whoever owns the document in doing so.


f the report is one that is published you need the consent of the publisher to publish it yourself. If you sitting court and take notes and then provide a report, that is fine You need to be absolutely certain that none of what you say can in any way appear to be defamatory or otherwise you may end up with a lawsuit against you for libel.



my answer is provided of course but there is no court order preventing reporting


does that answer the question? Can I help further?