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20 June 2014

Disclosing cautions breaches privacy rights, Supreme Court rules

Dominic Crossley, partner in the Dispute Resolution department and specialist privacy law expert, provides his comments on "Disclosure of cautions breaches privacy rights, Supreme Court rules, first published online at The Law Society Gazette on 18 June 2014. 

Click here to read Dominic's comments

   18 June 2014


For further information please contact Dominic Crossley on dcrossley@phb.co.uk or 020 7465 4300 at Payne Hicks Beach.

 


 


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This publication is not intended to provide a comprehensive statement of the law and does not constitute legal advice and should not be considered as such. It is intended to highlight some issues current at the date of its preparation. Specific advice should always be taken in order to take account of individual circumstances and no person reading this article is regarded as a client of this firm in respect of any of its contents.

The firm is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority: SRA Number 00059098

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