What the latest ruling of the ECJ means for service providers collecting personal data
A data subject intending to enter into a contractual relationship with a service provider often gives consent to the collection and storage of his or her data, but the validity of the consent can often be questionable. Service contracts often contain pre-formulated standardised statements of data su...
Andreea Berbece, LL.M - 06 December 2020
A new award in defence of equality and justice
Increasingly, law firms are concerned with improving standards of equality and justice in society. In particular, the American College of Trial Lawyers (ACTL) announced the creation of an award to honour those who have fought for justice and equality in the face of racism. This award is not limited ...
Editor - 30 September 2020 United States of America
Justice delayed is justice denied. The importance of an expeditious and reasoned judgement
Court orders handed down long after the conclusion of a hearing – up to two years’ later in some cases – or delivered without the judge providing reasons for the decision, are contrary to the rule of law, prolong uncertainty and delay the delivery of justice.  The matter of M...
Henri Strydom - 16 September 2020 South Africa
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