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The scope of the Data Protection Act 1988 is more
certain than the effect, internationally, of differing standards of
European legislation on a global...
Imagine that you just returned to your desk after a
rather good lunch. Feeling relaxed you are beginning to wonder
whether you could get a slightly earlier...
Post Pensions Act trustees need to pay attention
to the detail of fund manager contracts writes Andrew
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4.1 The DETR has issued a consultation paper
proposing changes to the preferential use of Heathrow's runways at
On 1st March 2000, the Data Protection Act 1998 entered into force
in the UK. Successor to the 1984 Act, it implements the EU Data
Peter Mansfield of our construction insurance group reports on
the "CAP" protocol and Caroline Cummins of our construction
disputes resolution group...
The future of the Equitable Life Assurance Society
has been thrown back into the melting pot by the Court of
Appeal’s unexpected recent ruling against...
In 1988, Johnson & Higgins, acting on behalf of a
number of Lloyd’s syndicates, approached Aneco, a Bermudan
insurer, and asked if it would participate...
In these proceedings, the claimant lender
(“HIT”) alleged that it had entered into a loan
agreement in reliance upon a letter written by the Defendant
In 1991, the Plaintiff computer company contracted
with Silkolene to supply computer software and hardware.
Silkolene became dissatisfied with the performance
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