Beginning Next Week: InsideCounsel will become part of Corporate Counsel. Bringing these two industry-leading websites together will now give you comprehensive coverage of the full spectrum of issues affecting today's General Counsel at companies of all sizes. You will continue to receive expert analysis on key issues including corporate litigation, labor developments, tech initiatives and intellectual property, as well as Women, Influence & Power in Law (WIPL) professional development content. Plus we'll be serving all ALM legal publications from one interconnected platform, powered by, giving you easy access to additional relevant content from other InsideCounsel sister publications.

To prevent a disruption in service, you will be automatically redirected to the new site next week. Thank you for being a valued InsideCounsel reader!


More On

News Corp. settles with celebs; faces 100 more hacking suits

Company formally apologized to Hugh Grant, Sarah Ferguson, others today in court

Even though News Corp. settled a handful of claims today related to its notorious hacking scandal, more lawsuits are on the way.

At a hearing in a London court today, News Corp. formally apologized to celebrities and other public figures—including the actor Hugh Grant; the Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson; and psychic Uri Geller—whose voicemails it had hacked. According to CNN, the publishing company paid undisclosed but “substantial” damages to them. Since November 2012, News Corp. has settled 144 cases related to the hacking scandal.

A lawyer for claimants said in court that News Corp. can expect to face more than 100 additional hacking-related suits in the near future as the police notify more victims.

Cases that haven’t been settled are scheduled to go to trial this June.

Read Bloomberg for more information.

For more InsideCounsel coverage of the New Corp. hacking scandal, read:

Judgment concerning News of the World’s Andy Coulson has implications for employers

Hugh Grant, Charlotte Church’s priest sue News Corp.

News Corp. GC named new head of hacking investigation committee

Prosecutors charge former News Corp. exec in hacking scandal

News of the World hacked more than 1,000 peoples’ phones

Blogger/detective sues News Corp.’s Times newspaper for hacking his email

Phone-hacking victims may sue News Corp. in U.S. courts

News Corp. settles hacking claims with 36 victims

Victims get access to evidence in newspaper’s phone hacking scandal

Shareholders accuse News Corp. of corruption and espionage

New details arise in News Corp. phone-hacking scandal

News Corp. shareholders amend complaint to reflect phone-hacking scandal

Ashley Post

Bio and more articles

Join the Conversation

Advertisement. Closing in 15 seconds.