Claim No: QB-2019-002071
IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
QUEEN’S BENCH DIVISION
Mr Justice Sweeting
JAZ (By her husband and Litigation
(1) DR JERZY CONRAD
(2) DR THIYAGARAJAH PERIYASAMY
BEFORE The Honourable Mr Justice Sweeting sitting in the Royal Courts of Justice on 22
UPON HEARING Eliot Woolf one of Her Majesty’s Counsel, on behalf of the Claimant and
Henry Bankes-Jones of Counsel, on behalf of the Defendants
AND UPON consideration of the Claimant’s Article 8 right to respect for private and family
life and the Article 10 right to freedom of expression
AND UPON the Court being satisfied that an order for non-disclosure of the identity of the
Claimant and the Litigation Friend in the terms below is necessary in order to protect the
interests of the Claimant and there is no sufficient countervailing public interest in disclosure
AND UPON the Defendants indicating their neutrality to the making of the Order
AND PURSUANT to CPR 39.2(4) and Section 11 of the Contempt of Court Act 1981, and
CPR 5.4 A to D:
IT IS ORDERED THAT:
1. That the identity of the Claimant and her husband and litigation friend be not disclosed.
2. The Claimant and their Litigation Friend shall be described in all statements of case and
other documents to be filed or served in the proceedings and in any judgment or order
in the proceedings and in any report of the proceedings by the press or otherwise as
“JAZ” and “AHK” respectively.
3. The address of the Claimant and of the Litigation Friend shall be stated in all statements
of case and other documents to be filed or served in the proceedings as the address of
the Claimant’s solicitors.
4. Insofar as is necessary, any statement of case or other document already filed in the
proceedings disclosing the name or address of the Claimant, the Litigation Friend is to
be replaced by a document describing such name or address in anonymised form as
5. The original of any such document disclosing the name or address of the Claimant or
the Litigation Friend is to be placed in the Court file in a sealed envelope marked “not
to be opened without the permission of a Judge, Master or District Judge of the Queen’s
Bench Division”. Any electronic file shall be marked “Confidential – not to be opened
without the permission of a Judge, Master or District Judge of the Queen’s Bench
6. A non-party may not inspect or obtain a copy of any document on or from the Court
file (other than this Order duly anonymised as directed) without the permission of a
Master or District Judge. Any application for such permission shall be made on at least
7 days’ notice to the Claimant and the Court will effect service. The file is to be retained
by the Court and marked “Anonymised”.
7. Reporting restrictions apply as to the disclosing of any information that may lead to the
subsequent identification of the Claimant or the Litigation Friend. The publication of
the name and/or address of the Claimant or of any member of the Claimant’s immediate
family or the name and/or address of the Litigation Friend is prohibited.
8. The provisions of this Order shall not apply to:
(i) Communications between the Court Funds Office and the anonymised party or
Litigation Friend in relation to the payment of money into the Court Funds
Office for the benefit of the anonymised party or the investment or treatment of
payment out of such money;
(ii) Communications between the Court Funds Office and/or the anonymised party
or Litigation Friend and any financial institution concerned as to the receipt or
investment of such money;
(iii) Records kept by the Court Funds Office or the anonymised party or Litigation
Friend or any such financial institution in relation to such money.
(iv) Retention by the parties and/or their representatives of their unredacted files for
the purposes of their continuing functions and obligations in relation to the
9. Nothing in paragraphs 1 to 8 above shall prohibit the Defendants or NHS Resolution
and their legal and professional advisers from disclosing the Claimant’s name, address
or any information tending to identify her to any other person or body as required by
law or for the purpose of the conduct of this litigation or complying with any order of
10. Any non-party affected by this Order may apply on notice to all parties to have the
Order set aside or varied.
11. The costs of obtaining this order be costs in the assessment.