Category Archives: Human Rights

Distinguish between privacy and IP rights in eDiscovery

One of the most interesting new legal resources is the website RightsInfo, founded and directed by up-and-coming human rights barrister Adam Wagner. It is not just that the subject is important, nor that it impinges on almost everything else, but … Continue reading

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UK Government abandons Henry VIII powers to by-pass Parliament

The UK government is abandoning its attempt to give itself new powers to act without parliamentary scrutiny. That is interesting in itself, but also encourages observations on the rise of informed blogging on legal matters in opinion-forming. My January article … Continue reading

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