James Souter and Megan Davies feature on the Estates Gazette podcast to discuss the return of the Tate Modern privacy case
Ahead of the Supreme Court appeal in Fearn and others v Board of Trustees of Tate Gallery  EWCA Civ 104;  EGLR 14 – a high-profile breach of privacy claim brought by neighbours to the Tate Modern gallery, complaining about a viewing platform that offers panoramic views of London – listen to Partner, James Souter and Associate, Megan Davies rehearse the arguments set to go under scrutiny by the Supreme Court justices.
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