Dr. Olivarius explains the legal background and challenges of a recent lawsuit filed by the stars of Franco Zeffirelli’s 1968 film Romeo and Juliet, who are suing Paramount Pictures for sexual abuse, sexual harassment and fraud over a nude scene filmed when they were teenagers.
BBC World News talks to Dr. Ann Olivarius about a recent lawsuit filed against Paramount Pictures by two actors who allege they were tricked into appearing nude as teenagers.
Newshour asks Dr. Olivarius about why the stars of an Oscar-winning 1968 film are suing Paramount Pictures for sexual abuse over a nude scene they appeared in as teenagers.
Managing Partner Jef McAllister joins Dateline London for its final episode to debate the latest political affairs in the UK, US, and China.
Our Managing Partner joins a panel of renowned journalists to give views on recent political events across UK, Europe and US.
Georgina Calvert-Lee discusses the claim alongside the wider question of what justice looks like for claimants of sexual harassment or violence.
Ann explains the details of the lawsuit and how, for the first time in a long time, we are seeing the civil legal system working on behalf of victims.
Our client, who was abused as a child in her Jehovah’s Witnesses community, speaks to Woman’s Hour about her journey to starting a support group for those who want to leave “high control groups”.
“People are naively lulled into a false sense of security from the paywall, that what’s behind it stays behind it” – says Honza Cervenka to the BBC.
Dr. Ann Olivarius gives her reaction to Bill Cosby’s sexual assault conviction being overturned on BBC Radio Scotland.
Dr. Ann Olivarius is interviewed by BBC Radio Oxford presenter Fleur Ostojak on the topic of revenge porn.
Our clients the Manders, who were turned away from their local adoption agency because of their Indian heritage, have won a landmark legal case and £120,000 worth of damages on the grounds of racial discrimination.