RJW v Guardian News and Media Ltd

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RJW v Guardian News and Media Limited
Court High Court of England and Wales

RJW v Guardian News and Media Limited ([2009] EWHC 2540 (QB)) also known as Trafigura v Guardian News and Media Limited and better known as the Trafigura case was a 2009 legal action in which Trafigura attempted to use a super-injunction to prevent the press reporting details of toxic waste dumping in the Ivory Coast.[1] This super-injunction was overturned after Paul Farrelly MP brought up the topic during Parliamentary Questions.

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  1. ^ "How the Trafigura story came to be told". The Guardian. 16 October 2009. 

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