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Public Authority Liability Update - Summer 2011 - A Tale Of Two Strike Outs
Following the well known decision in JD v East Berkshire Community Health NHS Trust (2005), the High Court has rejected an attempt by a claimant to impose a duty of care on a social services department in circumstances where there was a conflict of interest between the claimant and his daughter.
UK
3 Aug 2011
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A Uniform Approach To Education
Does the right to an education under the Human Rights Act 1998 open up a new route to compensation?
UK
5 Apr 2011
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Publish And Be Damned? Clift v Slough Borough Council
When is a local authority justified in publishing the name of an individual as a new addition to its Potentially Violent Persons Register? Can a public authority ever do that, or will it always be in breach of that person’s human rights?
UK
13 Feb 2011
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Human Rights Boost For Claimants
A recent appeal on some preliminary issues in the long running group action of "Dobson & Ors v Thames Water Utilities Ltd & Anr" addresses some important human rights issues.
UK
10 Dec 2009
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New Deprivation Of Liberty Safeguards Introduced
Despite the views of the Cheshire Cat (and disregarding his somewhat old fashioned terminology), not every patient treated in a mental health unit falls within the scope of the Mental Health Act (MHA).
UK
14 Oct 2008
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How Not To Monitor Your Employees´ Communications
In Copland v The United Kingdom (2007), the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) found that the UK had violated Ms Copland's right to respect for her private life and correspondence under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights ("the Convention"), by the way in which it monitored her telephone calls, e-mail correspondence and internet use.
UK
16 Sep 2007
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Commercial Dispute Resolution Briefing - July 2006
Acceptance of FA rules submitting disputes to arbitration constitutes a waiver of rights under Article 6 of the European Convention of Human Rights
UK
14 Aug 2006
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UK Directors in the US Dock
The Extradition Act 2003 was introduced primarily as a counter-terrorism measure. That said, in respect of more than 40 applications for extradition that have been made since the Act came into force, over half relate to white collar crime.
UK
8 Aug 2006
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Olympic Airways v Husain An Unusual and Unexpected Decision
On 24 February 2004, the Supreme Court of the United States handed down its decision, on appeal from the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals
UK
17 Mar 2004
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