Month: July 2004

Von Hannover v Germany: Waterloo for the paparazzi?

On 24 June the European Court of Human Rights handed down a judgment in the case of von Hannover v Germany which may radically alter the extent to which the paparazzi and tabloid press are permitted access to the private lives of celebrities. The applicant was Princess Caroline of Monaco who took her case for …   Read more

Disability discrimination

The Disability Discrimination Act 1995 is likely to have implications for all businesses one way or another. From 1 October 2004, Part III of the Act which relates to those who provide goods, services and facilities to the public comes fully into force. Employers with less than 15 employees will no longer be exempt from …   Read more