Legal Professional Privilege (LPP) allows a client to consult a lawyer in confidence without fear of having to disclose communications between them at a later date. It exists for the benefit of the client not the legal advisor and the privilege is absolute unless the advice was received to enable a crime to be committed. It entitles a party in litigation to withhold documents from the other party and in certain circumstances can be utilised to prevent regulators from access
Advocate General Campos Sánchez-Bordon has given an opinion on whether dynamic IP addresses can constitute personal data under the Data Protection Directive 95/46/EC. Background The issue arose in proceedings Patrick Breyer, a privacy activist, brought against the German Government concerning the retention of his dynamic IP address by government websites. IP addresses are numerical labels assigned by Internet Service Providers (“ISPs”) to specific devices (such as a computer
New children's drama Jamie Johnson is launching tonight on the BBC, riding the wave of football excitement created by Euro 2016. Produced by Short Form Company and based on the acclaimed children's books by Dan Freedman, the show follows the life of 11-year-old aspiring footballer Jamie, and promises to appeal to children and adults alike. Cannot make it to your TV in time? You can catch it on iPlayer where even before its broadcast premiere, Jamie Johnson ranks on the iPlaye
The short stories of Neil Gaiman come to life in the television programme Likely Stories on Sky Arts. The show promises a unique experience. Johnny Vegas plays a memorising narrator. Pulp's Jarvis Cocker provides the original score for the show. Neil himself even makes a few unexpected cameos. Read one of the many glowing reviews of the show here. ACK Media Law advised Mr Gaiman with respect to the programme.