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By Paula Martinovich
Under the Employment Equality (Age) Regulations 2006, a person discriminates against another person if on the grounds of age that person treats another less favourably than he treats other persons because of their age, unless that treatment can be shown to be a proportionate means of achieving a legitimate aim.
By Charles Swan, James Wilson
An individual's right to freedom of expression will not be infringed by "restrictions ... as are prescribed by law", such as those included in the 2003 Act, provided that such restrictions are "necessary in a democratic society."
By Rahila Rahman
Described as "the toughest bribery legislation in the world" by the Serious Fraud Office, the long awaited Bribery Act 2010 is now due to come into force on 1 July 2011 and places a greater burden on businesses than the current law on bribery.
By Antony Gostyn
Per Wimmer wanted to be the first person to take part in a tandem skydive over Everest and wanted to film the skydive.
There has been much crying "foul" in the press concerning the decision of Mr Justice Eady in Mosley v The News of the World.
By Jonathan Coad
There is a common misconception carefully fostered by the media – especially the press – that there is nothing that you can do when it hits you with misleading and damaging material.
By Jonathan Coad
Since it is characterised as a public interest defence, the most important impact of the Reynolds defence is in the area of politics.