Monthly Archives: June 2009

At what price is ‘Access To Justice’?

At what price is ‘Access To Justice’?  Taming e-disclosure via costs management by the court? When parties are in disputes, do they think about the costs of getting their differences resolve? If they do they will think twice before going to court and/or litigate. Thinking about the costs associated with civil litigation is further aggravated [...]

Personal Data Highway Code

Personally, if I can get my ISP (the data controller) to read (& acknowledge) the newly launched ‘Personal Data Guardianship Code’, I will have achieved a milestone. I have had two broadband internet disconnections (in April and this June), each disconnection requiring a re-connection which takes 3-4 wks. I have studied Data Protection Law (as [...]