Analysis: In retrospect
Changes to the Freedom of Information Act highlight the Government's penchant for retrospective legislation and regulating conduct after the event. Chris Arnull sets out his views on the new law and outlines a history of outlawing that which used to be legal
Changes to the Freedom of Information Act have prompted lawyers, including corporate counsel, to re-think their advice on how to deal with private information that may end up in the public domain.
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