Diigo newsmarks 02/19/2012

二月 19, 2012
  • tags: y英国 p判例

    • Freedom of Information Update
      Timothy Pitt-Payne QC gave this paper at the Recent Developments in Local Authority
    • Tim has been appointed Visiting Professor in Information Law at Northumbria University. His inaugural lecture in June 2007 was ‘What is Information Law and why does it matter?’
    • Tim practises extensively in relation to Freedom of Information, Data Protection, information rights, data sharing and related areas
    • joint author (with Michael Supperstone QC) of The Freedom of Information Act 2000 (Butterworths 2001); and a chapter on “Access to Electronic Information” for the next edition of Computer Law (OUP), for publication in 2007.
    • Common Services Agency v Scottish Information Commissioner
      [2008] 1 WLR 1550
       This was the first House of Lords case to address freedom of information and data protection legislation, and the relation between the two.
    • Corporate Officer of the House of Commons v the Information Commissioner
      [2008] EWHC 1084 (Admin)
       Case concerned the disclosure under FOIA of information about MPs’ expenses.
    • OGC v Information Commissioner and HM Attorney General
      [2008] EWHC 774 (Admin)
       Timothy acted on behalf of the Speaker of the House of Commons. An appeal to the High Court against an Information Tribunal decision requiring the disclosure of two “Gateway Reviews” into the ID cards project.
    • R. (Secretary of State for the Home Department) v. Information Commissioner
      [2007] 2 All ER 703; (2006) 156 NLJ 1883
       Whether Information Commissioner empowered to challenge decision of minister whether or not material requested by individual was exempt
    • Corporate Officer of the House of Commons v Information Commissioner and Norman Baker MP
      [2007] UKIT EA 2006 0015 and 0016; [2011] 1 Info LR 935
       Information Tribunal: disclosure of MPs expenses under the Freedom of Information Act.

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