EHRC and Brexit-musing

March 17, 2020

Will the human rights convention sink a Brexit trade deal? Michel Barnier says ‘very serious divergences’ have emerged in first week of EU-UK talk While the world has been watching the coronavirus, the first week of Brexit trade talks has wrapped up. The first of many, many rounds appears to have been a broadly cordial…

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The White House Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights

April 10, 2012

In today’s networked and computer-pervasive world, data is being generated, collected and shared at a rate unimaginable just a couple of decades ago. Each swipe of your credit card, each purchase online leaves a paperless trail. Together, the sum of individual transactions enables companies and other interested parties to generate an -often enough quite scarily…

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watch out: Power of Attorney’s law

April 15, 2010

On April 8, 2010, the New York State Assembly passed a bill which, if approved by the Senate and signed into law, would clarify changes made to New York’s power of attorney laws in September 2009. While this firm does not practice law in New York, it is worth to take a close look as…

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