Information in UK Law
Attorney General v Guardian Newspapers Ltd and Others (No. 2)
...... obligation of confidence owed to a foreign government so as to protect that government's intelligence secrets and confidential political information. In the meantime Spycatcher had on 14 July 1987 been published in the United States of America by Viking Penguin Inc., a subsidiary of an English ......
South Australian Asset Management Corporation v York Montague Ltd ; United Bank of Kuwait Plc v Prudential Property Services Ltd ; Nykredit Mortgage Bank Plc v Edward Erdman Group Ltd (Formerly Edward Erdman an Unlimited Company)
...... 11 The lender sues on a contract under which the valuer, in return for a fee, undertakes to provide him with certain information. Precisely what information he has to provide depends of course upon the terms of the individual contract. There is some dispute on this point in ......
Bolkiah (Prince Jefri) v KPMG (A Firm)
......A solicitor is under a duty not to communicate to others any information in his possession which is confidential to the former client. But the duty extends well beyond that of refraining from deliberate disclosure. It is ......
Jameel and Others v Wall Street Journal Europe Sprl
......This information was attributed to "U.S. officials and Saudis familiar with the issue". In the second paragraph a number of companies and individuals were named, ......
Faccenda Chicken Ltd v Fowler
...... (2) The duty of an employee not to use or disclose after his employment has ceased any confidential information which he has obtained during his employment about his employer's affairs. (3) The prima facie right of any person ......
- Rank Film Distributors Ltd v Video Information Centre
Berkeley v Secretary of State for the Environment Transport and the Regions and Another
...... environmental effects of these projects has been carried out; whereas this assessment must be conducted on the basis of the appropriate information supplied by the developer, which may be supplemented by the authorities and by the people who may be concerned by the project in question" . ......
Seager v Copydex Ltd
......They have sold it in large quantities. . 6 Mr Seager claims that Copydex Limited. must have used the information that he gave to them during the negotiations about the "Klent" grip: and that this was a breach of confidence. . 7 Mr Justice ......
R v David Michael Shayler
......He has been indicted on three counts charging him with unlawful disclosure of documents and information contrary to sections 1 and 4 of the Official Secrets Act 1989. Moses J, exercising a power conferred by section 29(1) of the Criminal Procedure and ......
Norwich Pharmacal Company v Commissioners of Customs and Excise
......The Customs authorities regard this information as confidential. They do not publish it at all. They only publish the statistics shoriny total quantities imported in the year, but no names or ......
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