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The Law of Confidentiality: A Restatement
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Publisher Hart Pub
Publication date April 14, 2008
Pages 169
Binding Paperback
Book category Adult Non-Fiction
ISBN-13 9781841138114
ISBN-10 1841138118
Dimensions 0.50 by 5 by 8.75 in.
Weight 0.70 lbs.
Published in Great Britain
Original list price $86.00
Summaries and Reviews description: Product Description: The last 20 years have seen rapid development of the equitable action for breach of confidence. The Spycatcher saga of the late 1980s led to the restatement of the fundamental principles. There was increasing concern about press intrusion, and the need to protect privacy rights guaranteed by Article 8 of the European Convention in the wake of the Human Rights Act 1998. Against that background, a number of high-profile cases explored how common law principles laid down in the 19th Century might be adapted to 21st-Century conditions. How far will the law go in protecting privacy? Meanwhile, in the information age, the law has had to grapple with how best to protect the commercially valuable information and when it should assist those who wish to exploit it. The result has been rapid development of the law in many diverse areas. The Law of Confidentiality: A Restatement goes behind the mass of cases to tease out the fundamental principles underlying modern UK law. The book examines the important questions of substance - the circumstances in which information is protected by law and how it responds to conflicting public interests. It also looks at the important practical questions of UK procedure and remedies. The Law of Confidentiality: A Restatement will be useful to those looking for a guide to the main principles and controversies in this field, as well as for the practicing lawyer looking for a clear statement of the basic principles.

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